Fantasy Stat Breakdown: Where's Greg?

Anybody remember fantasy stud Greg Jennings?  Top five fantasy wide receiver, played for the Packers?  That guy?  Yeah, where is he anyway?

Would you believe 20th in the league in receiving yards (855)?

Would you believe 30th in the league in receptions (56)?

Would you believe tied for 57th in the league in receiving touchdowns with three?!

Man, THAT pick didn't work out....

- Steelers WR Santonio Holmes had more receiving yards (93) than Browns QB Brady Quinn had passing yards (90).  But the Steelers lost the game.  How is that possible?

- It's been four weeks (against the Jets in Week 11) since Tom Brady threw more TDs than INTs in a game.

- Some running backs with more rushing yards this season than "Can't Miss" Reggie Bush: Justin Forsett, Shonn Greene, Jason Snelling and Leon Washington.  Washington had a season-ending injury in Week 7.

- The Jaguars are 7-6, but have only won one game by more than seven points.

- The Chargers only have one rushing fumble all season. The Chiefs lead the league with 12.

- Texans' WR Andre Johnson has had 60+ receiving yards for 12 straight games, including five 100+ yard games.

- In Week 11, Bears K Robbie Gould kicked four FGs for 12 points. He only has 11 total points in the three games since then.

- With four touchdowns in the past three games, TE Fred Davis now has as many receiving touchdowns (5) as Antonio Gates and Tony Gonzalez

- Eight different Eagles have rushed for a touchdown this season, but no player has more than three (LeSean McCoy)

- Sunday's 192 yard performance was the first time in the last 11 games Brett Favre has thrown for less than 200 yards.

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