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Chance he'll bust: 80 percent, highly likely
Best fit for success: Green Bay Packers
Analysis: Greg Jennings wants to be paid like a top-level receiver and a needy team will cave in and give him his money; it won't end well for that team.
Large contracts are usually out of desperation, and teams like the Minnesota Vikings have their hands tied with a shaky quarterback, a malcontent No. 1 receiver on his way out of town and a win-now mentality after their most recent playoff berth.
Jennings is shorter than most No. 1 targets at just 5'11'', so he's not as complete of a wide receiver as 6'1'' Mike Wallace (whom I'm proud I left off of the list as I love his play style). He doesn't have elite attributes that set him apart, and even if had been healthy in 2012, then he still would have been the third-best receiver on his own team.
Though NFL teams see immense value, I see an injury-prone receiver on the wrong side of 30 that doesn't have anything elite about him outside of his contractual desires.