The space separating the No. 3 and No. 4 receivers for the Green Bay Packers is so clouded that you'd have a hard time putting labels on the two guys fighting for the better of the two positions.
Even James Jones and Jordy Nelson don't know who is No. 3 and No. 4.
"I can't even call it," Jones said when asked if he was the No. 3. "That's something you have to ask the coaches. You ask them and they say we have no starters. So, who knows? I can't call it."
Jones has held the No. 3 spot for most of the two-plus seasons he has been with the Packers, but lately Nelson, a second-round pick in 2008, has taken over some of the territory through improved performance.