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Randall Cobb: Randall has emerged as a vital part of the Packers offense. He currently leads the team in catches with 45 and also has 500 yards receiving and six touchdowns. Whether he is lined up outside, in the slot or in the backfield, Cobb has proven to be a dangerous weapon that defenses have to be aware of.
James Jones: Just as Packer fans began to clamor for James Jones to be traded, James took his game to another level this year when Greg Jennings went down with an injury. James leads the team with eight touchdown catches and also has 40 catches for 462 yards.
Jordy Nelson: Jordy continues to be the team's deep threat this season. Though he has missed the better part of the last two games, he still leads the team in receiving yards with 532. Jordy also has 40 catches and five touchdowns. Jordy has become an indispensable part of the Packers passing attack.
Greg Jennings: Greg has only played in three games this season while battling a groin injury. The Packers hope to have Greg back in the next couple of games.
Donald Driver: While most expected Donald to be less involved in the offense this year, I don't know if anyone could have seen him being this uninvolved. On the season, Driver has just seven catches for 65 yards. While Driver is valuable in his leadership and experience, it is disappointing to see his career wind down like this.
Jarrett Boykin: Jarrett is just starting to see playing time in the last three games. He has been able to contribute some on special teams.
Overall Wide Receiver Grade: B+