It was a quiet day on the field for Packers receiver Greg Jennings. He caught just two passes for a total of six yards. It was the fewest receptions and yards he's had on the stat sheet all season.
Green Bay Packers WR Greg Jennings has been a top-tier wide receiver week after week thanks to the ridiculous play of his quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Jennings has caught a touchdown pass each of the past three weeks, a stunningly consistent string considering how much Rodgers has spread the ball around. On the season, Jennings has 51 catches in nine games, is averaging 83.9 yards a contest and has seven touchdown receptions. Those are WR1 numbers, with a bullet.
The beautiful thing about the Packers offense is they're completely matchup proof. Even if they weren't, fantasy owners would have been excited about Week 11, as they face a Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense that's been hammered against the pass all season long.