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Jordy Nelson only had one reception the entire game, but it couldn't have come at a better time.
The Packers were sufficient at getting down the field, but looked nothing like the team that was able to move down the field at will against the Saints in the opener.
With only two and a half minutes left on the clock, Nelson got wide open for an 84-yard touchdown to deliver the dagger.
Nelson is currently on pace to break more than 1,200 yards for the season, better than even Greg Jennings or Jermichael Finley.
With each passing game, Nelson is proving that he deserved a contract before James Jones ever got one. Packers general manager Ted Thompson may not be high on trading, but he might just be thinking of making an exception here with Jones.