Aaron Rodgers is as good as anyone to spread the ball around. There is no question about it. Two strait years of 1000+ receivers and 4000+ yards throwing is a great way to begin a career. With 5 or 6 legit options for spreading the ball around I believe that Rodgers will once again eclipse the 4000 yard mark while connecting with Donald Driver and Greg Jennings for a big chunk of it. There are other options however that can prove to be big parts of this years explosive offense.
James Jones: Getting better and better each year. Working his butt off to ensure that he can handle numerous routes and can catch tough balls is something we are seeing game in and game out. It isnt easy to be in on 3rd down and running a 10 yard slant and catching it from a true gunslinger.
Jordy Nelson: Liked from the very minute he was drafted. Sure handed as sure handed can get, will drop the ball at times but who doesn't? He has deceiving speed and is a good route runner. I believe he will be used in more packages than 3 or 4 wideouts. Maybe put him on the short side or the slot to use his versitility.
Jermichael Finley: He is no secret anymore. With a huge contribution from him the Packers won the last 7 of 8 games of the regular season. He has the largest hands I have ever seen and the speed and agility of a wideout he is a force to be reckoned with. I am very excited, as are the whole Packers organization, to see what kind of damage this guy can do. Look for HUGE numbers from him.
Others Receiving votes: Donald Lee (better blocker than pass catcher, but he can be an option in the red zone), Spencer Havner (secret last year, ended up having an above average year and is a huge asset on special teams.) Andrew Quarless (Another Jermichael Finley we are told here in titletown, big body and extremely athletic, really hope he gets some reps and we can go two tight end sets and see what our receivers can do).