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Jennings and Nelson: Incredible to Invisible

WR Greg Jennings (Ed Mulholland/Getty)

Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson have done almost nothing after a parade of big plays and touchdowns last season. Jennings has 78 yards this season, a total he surpassed 41 times in his career. Nelson, meanwhile, has seen his per-catch average fall by 6.0 yards.

In a sense, the Green Bay Packers' offense had nowhere to go but down. It's hard to go up, after all, from ranking second in NFL history in scoring. "It's never the same from year to year," coach Mike McCarthy said on Monday, echoing what he's said going back to training camp. That's especially true in the passing game. With the Packers rampaging to 35.0 points per game last season, Greg...

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