The fact that Green Bay wide receiver James Jones has two of the team's three fumbles, including one in each of the last two games, hasn't landed him in the coaches' doghouse.
"Nobody's mad at James," said Jimmy Robinson, who coaches the team's wide receivers. "Guys have a bad play now and then. Hopefully, not too many of them."
Nevertheless, the Packers intend to start playing Jordy Nelson more. In three games, Greg Jennings leads the corps of wideouts with 139 snaps followed by Donald Driver with 136, Jones with 96, Nelson with 67 and Brett Swain with one.
Both Nelson and Jones are among the better backup receivers in the league, and if something happened to Jennings or Driver, their value would increase rapidly.