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In my opinion, the Packers have one of the most talented WR corps in the NFL. Greg Jennings is a stud and Donald Driver is a crafty veteran that has been elite for years. Even at an older age, Driver can still get open and make plays.
They also boast one of the most underrated WRs in the NFL in James Jones, who can be very dangerous. Jordy Nelson has emerged as a solid fourth WR as well for this team.
On the tight end front, they lost their starting TE early in the season when Jermichael Finley went down, but Andrew Quarless has done an okay job filling in. The Eagles have trouble defending tight ends, so I wonder if Quarless will get extended touches here.
The Packers boast four WRs who have more than 500 receiving yards, which I doubt you will find on most teams in the NFL.
If this was just a comparison of starting WRs, I would say the Eagles would have the advantage, as DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are one of the best duos in the NFL. However, if you compare the entire position, there is a significant fall-off after those two.
Jason Avant has good hands but is not overly fast and struggles to get open. Chad Hall and Riley Cooper have both shown promise at times but have been largely inconsistent. Brent Celek could be a dark horse threat at tight end to have a big game, but he has had a down season.
It's close, but the Packers' depth is what decides it for me here.
Advantage: Green Bay