With free agency and his 30th birthday on the horizon, Greg Jennings' production left scouts…
Positional Review: Receivers
Featured performer Where would the Green Bay Packers have been without Randall Cobb? With Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson falling far short of their 2011 production while missing 12 full games, Cobb picked up the slack and became Aaron Rodgers' go-to receiver. Receivers coach Edgar Bennett again and again says that it's all about making the most of opportunities. Cobb did just that en route to posting team-leading figures of 80 catches for 954 yards. Among receivers with more than 45 receptions, Cobb led the NFL by catching 78.4 percent of the passes thrown his way, according to ProFootballFocus.com. Philadelphia's Jason Avant was a distant second with 74.6 percent. Based on 50 percent playing time, Cobb finished eighth among receivers with 468 yards after the catch, 11th with 5.8 YAC per reception, third with 15 missed tackles and ninth with 2.26 yards per pass route run. Based only on slot production, Cobb led the league with 2.35 yards per pass route run, was second with 6...
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