Posted April 03, 2012 on
No receiver corps got more out of its pass routes than Green Bay in 2011, with Jordy Nelson having a monster season and Randall Cobb outperforming the NFL's two touted rookies — and that's not even mentioning Greg Jennings and James Jones. We look at the numbers and look at history.
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