GREEN BAY, Wis. â€”Four of the Green Bay Packersâ€™ five wideouts scored touchdowns in Sundayâ€™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 Packersâ€™ wide receivers took turns taking punches at Denverâ€™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.
â€œWe would like to be unstoppable,â€ Jennings said. â€œI think there are some things that we can do to enhance our unstoppability. But I donâ€™t want to say weâ€™re unstoppable. Weâ€™re very confident in one another and we feel like we should score when we have the ball in our hands.â€