You can rarely write about Green Bay contributing players without including Greg Jennings. Despite the unusually high amount of incomplete passes thrown in Jenning's direction, his contributions were high.
Topping out his teammates with completed reception yards, Jennings walked off the field more with 94 yards and one more touchdown. All of this was completed in seven receptions.
One can only speculate how high that could have gone if he hadn't missed those other five. Yea, that's right, five incompletions to Jennings. I'm going to chalk this up to the fact that 12 of Rodger's 46 passes were intended for Jennings. You're bound to miss when that many throws are coming your way.
Out of the 28 completed passes, seven were Jennings, and that's 25 percent of the throwing game. Having utilized 15 different receivers throughout the 2011 NFL season, this isn't typical of our recent Rodgers.