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Pierre Garcon was a rare productive performer for the offense.
As with most units on the offense, it is tough to heap praise on the wide receivers, despite some fine numbers. Most of their better production came when the game was as good as lost.
Pierre Garcon: Grade B
What a difference a week made for Pierre Garcon. He was a non-factor against the Eagles on opening night, but coaches have to be encouraged by the way he rebounded in Green Bay.
Garcon hauled in eight passes for 143 yards. He made some fine catches, turning errant throws from Griffin into productive completions. He also showcased his flair for the big play by producing a 44-yard gain.
The next step must be repeating this level of performance on a consistent basis.
Santana Moss: Grade C
Santana Moss had another quietly solid game. The 34-year-old made three catches for 41 yards. He also got his first touchdown of the season after again demonstrating the threat he poses in the red zone.
Moss has reminded everyone that he can still be a big factor in the passing game.
Leonard Hankerson: Grade C
Leonard Hankerson was not as prolific as he was in Week 1, but he still showed enough to merit a bigger role in the offense. The third-year flanker made three catches for 35 yards.
Hankerson's size and speed might have caused the Packers some real problems had more passes been aimed his way.
Joshua Morgan: Grade D
Joshua Morgan was again ineffective, and his status as a starter has to be threatened. The former San Francisco 49er ran some poor routes, notably when he ran a pattern short of the first-down marker, contributing to a first-half interception.
Aldrick Robinson: Grade D
Aldrick Robinson caught just one pass all day.