Wisconsin’s Packers and Bucks Enter a New “Jenn”eration

November 22nd, 2009 by Adam Lindemer Leave a reply »
The state of Wisconsin is staying on the sports map, and the two guys helping to keep it there just happen to share the same last name.

Though Greg and Brandon Jennings aren't related, they both have been proving the "experts" wrong; Brandon has just done it much faster.

Coming out of Western Michigan, Greg Jennings was a mid-second round selection by the Green Bay Packers in the 2006 NFL Draft.

Some questioned the pick because they believed Jennings was too small (5'10"), too slow, and lacked experience against top-notch cornerbacks.

Jennings answered those questions by putting up some pretty impressive numbers in three-and-a-half seasons.

His stats to date are 259 catches for 4,056 yards and 29 touchdowns. Last year was his first 1,000-yard season, but more are sure to follow.

Jennings is also one of the best YAC men (yards after catch) in the entire league, making him that much more of a weapon against opposing defenses.

Greg Jennings is quickly becoming an elite receiver in the NFL, and he doesn't care who is throwing him the ball any more.

Whether it's Brett Favre or Aaron Rod ...

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