A Look at Greg Jennings in 2010

May 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

We all know of the Packers deep throwing threat in the NFL and how it is one of the most feared receiving corps in the league.
One particular reason is because of a player by the name of Greg Jennings.
Jennings did swell in 2009, but slightly missed expectations. After going 1,292 yards in 2008, people thought Jennings was quite possibly a Larry Fitzgerald or Andre Johnson.
He had only four touchdowns last season and didn't even live up to the his previous season's success.
However, he still had a 16.4 yard average, compared to his 16.2 yard average in 2008. Jennings' slight slump was just a simple matter of not getting as many receptions and Finley and Havner stepping into bigger red-zone rolls.
But a 16.4 yard average is more impressive than you know. Andre Johnson had a 15.5 yard average, Randy Moss had a 15.2 yard average, and Larry Fitzgerald only had 11.5 yard average.
Only two 1,000 or more yard receivers in the league, DeSean Jackson and Vincent J...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments