Can the Green Bay Packers Have More Than Three 1,000-Yard Receivers Next Season?

July 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Only five teams in NFL history have accomplished having three receivers pulling off 1,000 yards in a single season.
The most recent have been the 2004 Colts and the 2008 Cardinals. And the Green Bay Packers have a chance to be the sixth.
The player that is locked to have 1,000+ yards next season is Greg Jennings. Jennings had the third best yard average among 1,000 yard receivers last season, as I explained in my article "A Look at Greg Jennings in 2010 ".
Jennings is one of the best receivers at getting yards after the catch. With a minimum of only 60 receptions, Jennings will surely make another 1,000+ season.
Donald Driver and Jermichael Finley however, are very likely, but I would not consider them "locks".
Donald Driver has turned 35 this off-season, and at that age, any team should be concerned about.
Driver however did post a 15.2 yard average last season, the same average he posted back when he was 26. And like Jennings, he's great after the catch...

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