Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings continues to be the beneficiary of Aaron Rodgers' MVP-like season. He grabbed 147 yards of Rodgers' 335 passing yards, but just one of three touchdown passes. Still he averaged over 21 yards per catch, making him a deep threat all the same.
Jennings has been Aaron Rodgers' primary target in the incredibly efficient Green Bay offense. He had 35 receptions in 2011 entering Week 7, making him extremely valuable in points per reception leagues, and had also racked up 530 yards and four touchdowns. Being the best option in a deep offense reduces Jennings' value slightly — John Kuhn, of all people, caught a touchdown pass for Green Bay today — but Jennings is still well worth starting or picking up.
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