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Jordy has had 100-plus yards in just four games this season, but he could have a big day against Dallas' secondary.
Though it's the most likely of the five predictions here, the fact that this is a bold statement highlights the Packers' struggles this season in a nutshell.
Still, even though Dallas has the No. 32 pass defense in the league, allowing 298.5 yards per game, it's not a given that Nelson and the Packers can exploit it if Aaron Rodgers isn't under center.
In the six games Rodgers has been out (including the Chicago game in which he only played for one drive), Nelson has had only one game with more than 100 receiving yards, versus the Giants. He was catching passes from Scott Tolzien in that game, who has a better arm and tends to air the ball out more than Matt Flynn.
However, the No. 15 Giants secondary is certainly stronger against the pass than the Cowboys, so Nelson may have greater success on Sunday.
A matchup against Brandon Carr, who should shadow Nelson as the Packers move him around the field, is also one Nelson can win.
Carr allows catches on 61.1 percent of passes thrown against his coverage, per Pro Football Focus (subscription required) and his tackle efficiency is severely lacking, as he has one missed tackle in every six tackle attempts.
Even though the Packers won't plan around Flynn's arm, Nelson has proven to be versatile in Rodgers' absence, demonstrating an ability to catch passes out of the slot and on screens, as well as on the outside using wheel routes and fades.
Those 100 yards could add up in small amounts over multiple receptions.