Oct 022011
Authors: Tyler Dunne McClatchy-Tribune

GREEN BAY, Wis. —Four of the Green Bay Packers’ five wideouts scored touchdowns in Sunday’s 49-23 rout.

For the first time all year, no wide receiver left the game on an empty stomach. With the Broncos so consumed by tight end Jermichael Finley, the Packers’ wide receivers took turns taking punches at Denver’s secondary. Jennings (seven catches for 103 yards), Jordy Nelson (5-91), James Jones (3-48) and Donald Driver (3-20) all caught touchdowns, while Cobb (2-75) was a broken tackle away.

This regular-season game quickly resembled a 7-on-7 tournament with Rodgers needling passes into every window of the offense.

“We would like to be unstoppable,” Jennings said. “I think there are some things that we can do to enhance our unstoppability. But I don’t want to say we’re unstoppable. We’re very confident in one another and we feel like we should score when we have the ball in our hands.”

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