Greg Jennings has minimum fantasy impact in his return

Joe Robbins

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings caught four passes for 46 yards in his first game back from injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings played in his first game since Sept. 30 on Sunday. The Packers receiver caught four passes for 48 yards in Green Bay's 23-14 victory.

Jennings missed most of the season with groin and abdominal injuries. Despite not having played since Week 4, Jennings received the most targets on the team with eight.

Fantasy Impact: It was good to see that Jennings played the entire game without any visible complications from his injury, but it was hard not to expect a little more production out of the Packers' star receiver.

Jennings has yet to gain over 50 yards in a game this season, and it was probably unfair to expect too much out of him in his first game in over two months. Hopefully he will put up bigger numbers next week against the Detroit Lions.

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