First, the good news: Greg Jennings caught a touchdown for the third straight game. The bad news? He finished the game with just three catches and 32 yards. Green Bay's passing attack is so diverse that the Packers were able to put up 45 points without a single receiver tallying more than 67 yards, and Jordy Nelson (five catches) was the only receiver to catch more than three balls.
Jennings remains Green Bay's go-to receiver (he tied for the team lead with five targets Monday), and that's a potent position in the hyper-productive Packers offense. But Aaron Rodgers has a wealth of options, and that has meant Jennings isn't always the highest-scoring target in a Packers jersey: he had only topped 100 yards twice in 2011 entering Monday night's game, and hadn't hauled in more than one touchdown pass in a game all season.
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