The Green Bay Packers might have not just one indispensable player on their talent-heavy offense, but two.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers indisputably is the first. Adding Greg Jennings to that list now looks plausible, or at least only a slight exaggeration.
One game doesn't tell all, but the Packers' performance at Kansas City on Sunday suggests they'd have a much, much tougher time and perhaps even be a home underdog if they didn't have Jennings in an NFC Championship Game against the San Francisco 49ers or New Orleans Saints.
Fortunately for them, they expect their best receiver back by the playoffs. But it's further evidence of just how important an individual or two can be to a given team.