Green Bay Packers Position Analysis, Vol. 3: Receivers

Posted: 19th February 2010 by MJ Kasprzak in NFL
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Welcome to the third installment of my position analysis of the 2009 Green Bay Packers...this one is going to be fun! Why? Because the Packers were one of only five teams to have two 1,000-yard receivers in 2009 and one of only three to have both as wide receivers. The only better one-two wide receiver punch than Greg Jennings and Donald Driver in receiving yards was Wes Welker and Randy Moss. While some of this success has to be credited to Aaron Rodgers , his quick development into a Pro Bowl quarterback is largely attributable to the number of weapons at his disposal. á Greg Jennings: B (68 catches, 1,113 yds, 16.4 avg, 4 TDs, 0 fum lost) Jennings had a great season in terms of total yards and yards per catch, but he had 12 fewer catches for 179 fewer yards and less than half the ...

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