Greg Jennings had it all in Green Bay: an offense-savvy coach, one of the best quarterbacks in the league, and receivers around him to attract coverage.
But he threw that all away for the one thing that most players seek, while overlooking why he was able to obtain it in the first place. In other less confusing words, Jennings sought his big payday, and that is exactly what he got this offseason.
The Minnesota Vikings signed the 30-year-old Jennings to a five-year deal with a maximum value of $47.5 million, and a guaranteed $18 million. After two injury-plagued seasons where Jennings felt that he was becoming overshadowed by young Green Bay receivers like Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson, and James Jones, he decided to part ways with one of the best offenses in the game.
That decision alone makes sense if he still wants to be looked at as a premier receiver, but what does not make any sense is why he would sign with the rival Vikings.
Minnesota is led by third-year quarterback Christi...