Unlike many of his teammates, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings has managed to stay healthy this season, although you would never know it based on his meager statistics.
He’s simply not getting the ball enough. In a league where the primary goal should be to allow playmakers to work their magic, the Packers have come up woefully short in giving Jennings opportunities to succeed.
During a Monday meeting the Packers’ coaching staff talked specifically about how to get Jennings more involved in the offense.
“We’re certainly aware of his ability and his playmaking skill,” said offensive coordinator Joe Philbin. “We need to get him the football.
“He’s not a distant thought in our progression or in our game planning ideas.”