Green Bay Packers: What to Expect from Greg Jennings in Week 1

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Green Bay Packers: What to Expect from Greg Jennings in Week 1
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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings has been one of the league's best targets the past five seasons.

Had it not been for a knee injury in Week 14 against the Oakland Raiders forcing him to miss the last three games of the regular season, Jennings would have surely put together his fourth consecutive 1,000-yard season in 2011.

Now, the seventh-year wideout is back to headline a deadly arsenal of weapons for quarterback Aaron Rodgers to utilize. The Packers mesmerized opposing defenses last season, as Rodgers went on to throw for more than 4,600 yards along with 45 touchdown passes and a league-high 122.5 passer rating. However, all of it went to waste when the Packers were upset by the New York Giants in the divisional round of the playoffs in January—a loss that probably still stings almost nine months later.

Jennings & Co. will do their best to get things rolling in the 2012 season, but a matchup with the San Francisco 49ers' stingy defense will be a tough task.

Here is what you can expect from Jennings in Week 1.

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