Jordy Nelson had himself a nice day in fantasy football all in one catch. The Packers wide receiver caught a 93-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Ridgers in the second quarter. Here's a stat: that's the fourth-longest pass completion in the history of the Green Bay Packers. It was Nelson's only catch in the first half.
Nelson was averaging 62 receiving yards a game with 309 receiving yards on the season and three touchdowns through his first five games of the 2011 NFL season. Nelson's receiving yards per game is up nearly 25 yards per game.
Nelson was ranked by Yahoo! as the 18th ranked wide receiver heading into Week 6 taking on the St. Louis Rams who rank 13th against the pass.
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