Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings said he does not have a drop problem.
He just happened to have one on Monday night.
"No, no, I'm not concerned about that, not at all," Jennings said. "I'm nowhere close to being concerned it. Not sounding cocky about it, but drops are a part of the game. What happened to me on (Monday), the slant, totally me, totally like 100 percent, that is just uncalled for. I can't control the lights."
Overall, Jennings has not been as productive as he was a year ago when he led the Packers in all three top receiving categories with 80 receptions for 1,292 yards and nine touchdowns. This year, Jennings has 53 catches for 799 yards and three touchdowns, which puts him on pace to finish with 71/1,065/4.
The way he looks at it, defenses are paying more attention to him, and others on the team are bearing the fruit of the double-teams he and Driver receive. Perhaps the biggest difference between this year and last are the 34 catches tight end Jermichael Finley has.