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Nelson Shares Career Day With Flynn

WR Jordy Nelson (Jeff Hanisch/USP)

It was not a good day to be a defensive back at Lambeau Field. The Packers' receivers, led by Jordy Nelson, played a part in backup quarterback Matt Flynn's 480-yard, six-touchdown day. Nelson's three-touchdown performance left him among the game's elite receivers.

Sunday at Lambeau Field was a day of setting career marks, and quarterback Matt Flynn was not alone. Someone had to be on the receiving end of all those yards and touchdowns thrown by the Green Bay Packers' quarterback, and chief among them was Jordy Nelson, who capped off an unexpected prolific season with a career day in a 45-41 seesaw victory over the Lions. Nelson, who like Flynn entered...

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