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Week 1 vs. MIN
Receiving: 5 / 91 / 0 on 5 targets
Jennings was a big factor in the win for the Packers. He was a common target for QB Aaron Rodgers and pulled in a key 66 yard catch in the first half.
Week 2 vs. DET
Receiving: 6 / 167 / 0 on 10 targets
Jennings was clearly QB Aaron Rodgers' favored target in this game as the strong armed QB repeatedly sought him out on long passes downfield. Jennings seemed to have little difficulty getting open against the Lions DBs and hauled in two separate passes for 60+ yards. On the first of these he found a hole downfield and then danced in circles to avoid Lion DB after Lion DB, even if, ultimately, he ended up not adding many yards after the catch. On the second of his long receptions, Jennings took a mid-range pass and raced down the right sideline, outrunning all but one defender.
Week 3 vs. DAL
Receiving: 8 / 115 / 0 on 10 targets
WR Greg Jennings continues to perform as the top wide receiver for the Packers. Jennings had another 100 yard receiving game but like all of the Packers receivers he was held without a score.
Week 4 vs. TB
Receiving: 6 / 109 / 2 on 11 targets
Jennings got going quickly in this game as he took his first target for a 25 yard touchdown. His second score came near the end of the third quarter when he caught a pass from QB Aaron Rodgers that went for a 48 yard touchdown. Jennings finished the day leading all Packers' pass catchers in targets, catches and yards.
Week 5 vs. ATL
Receiving: 4 / 87 / 1 on 9 targets
Jennings only had one catch over the first two quarters, but his three grabs in the second half went for pickups of 20, 25, and 36 yards respectively and also included his third touchdown of the year. The receiver was wide open on a play that would have went for a big gain in the second half, but the ball was under thrown by QB Aaron Rodgers. Jennings showed good effort on his final catch of the game when he made the reception, broke a tackle, and sprinted for a gain of 36 yards.
Week 6 vs. SEA
Receiving: 5 / 84 / 1 on 7 targets
Greg Jennings was the leading receiver even though was not targeted the most. Aaron Rodgers hooked up with Jennings on a 45 yard TD to start the second half and Green Bay never looked back after that. Jennings was the target on long balls but there were only two in this game. Jennings was able to create a few yards after catching the ball.
Week 7 vs. IND
Receiving: 3 / 32 / 0 on 4 targets
WR Greg Jennings only reeled in three catches in the victory. QB Aaron Rodgers spread the ball around to eight receivers and the entire team was firing on all cylinders so there was not much more that Jennings could do in the blowout. Jennings also dropped a ball in the first half but the Colts' defender was whistled for defensive pass interference.
Week 9 vs. TEN
Receiving: 3 / 79 / 0 on 11 targets
Jennings was inconsistent, but made a couple of big plays in the clutch. He only had three catches on the day, one of which was began as a simple button hook pattern that he was able to turn into a huge 52 yard gain. He narrowly missed a fourth catch that was called out of bounds (he was arguably pushed out, but the call was not challenged), which would have put him closer to a hundred yards in total.
Week 10 vs. MIN
Receiving: 3 / 37 / 0 on 4 targets
Greg Jennings had a great touchdown pass called back on an offensive line penalty. It could have been a great day with better offensive line play. Jennings was not targeted very often because the plays did not have time to develop. Jennings was on many deep patterns and most of time the ball was dumped or Aaron Rodgers was on the ground before he was ten yards down the field.
Week 11 vs. CHI
Receiving: 5 / 64 / 1 on 6 targets
Jennings' first reception of the game was a short slanting route into the end zone, good for a three yard touchdown. He also had a 29 yard reception in the third quarter, his longest of the afternoon. Jennings finished with 64 yards and a touchdown, good enough to be the Packers' leading receiver.
Week 12 vs. NO
Receiving: 8 / 101 / 1 on 15 targets
WR Greg Jennings had a strong game in the defeat. He ran his routes well and was targeted by QB Aaron Rodgers frequently. Rodgers missed Jennings for a sure touchdown in the first quarter but repeatedly went back to the dependable young receiver. Jennings took a big hit in the fourth quarter from Saints' DB Roman Harper but miraculously managed to hang onto the football.
Jennings was the target of Rodgers' first interception. He had fallen during the play but it likely did not matter as CB Jason David read the pass well and jumped the route.
Week 13 vs. CAR
Receiving: 8 / 91 / 1 on 13 targets
The Panthers tried to keep Greg Jennings out of the endzone but that ended at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Jennings was targeted a couple times deep but most of his receptions were on outs or slants. His longest play of the day was the 21 yard touchdown on busted coverage that Jennings took advantage. It was a very nice read by Aaron Rodgers and Jennings and gave Green Bay their first lead of the game. Jennings had to work hard for his 91 yards.
Week 14 vs. HOU
Receiving: 2 / 74 / 0 on 7 targets
Jennings was targeted a team high seven times. He had receptions of 63 and 11 yards.
Week 15 vs. JAX
Receiving: 3 / 22 / 1 on 9 targets
Jennings ran his routes well, and got open on most of the times he was targeted. However, he and Rodgers only connected on shorter passes, including one for a touchdown. Jennings got open deep three times, but was overthrown twice, although in Rodgers' defense he was under a strong pass rush on one of those pass attempts. Jennings' displayed good speed and route running to get open a few yards outside of the end zone on two of the deep patterns he ran, but he and Rodgers could not connect.
Week 16 vs. CHI
Receiving: 6 / 38 / 1 on 9 targets
Jennings had a nice first half as he caught five passes for 36 yards including a short touchdown pass in the second quarter for the Packers first score of the game. Jennings wasn't targeted deep down the field in this game and caught all his passes short or medium range routes. The Bears secondary completely took Jennings out of the game in the second half by holding him to one catch for two yards.
Week 17 vs. DET
Receiving: 5 / 101 / 0 on 10 targets
Jennings led the Packers in targets with ten, and finished with five receptions for 101 yards. While he was held out of the end zone, Jennings made big plays down field like he has all year long. He was targeted twice on third downs, and three of his catches resulted in Green Bay first downs.