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So Far, Gas Tank Remains Full for Receivers

Nelson (Jeff Hanisch - USA Today Sports)

The effectiveness of the Packers' no-huddle offense and the production by Randall Cobb, James Jones and Jordy Nelson has meant a heavy workload for the "Big Three" receivers. Are the receivers in danger of running out of gas over the 16-game grind?

The Green Bay Packers' offense is sizzling hot. However, the success of the no-huddle attack, their reliance on three-receiver sets and the off-the-charts production by those three receivers could be a double-edged sword. Through two games, Jordy Nelson and James Jones have played practically every snap, and Randall Cobb has played almost as many snaps when his special-teams duties are taken...

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