Greg Jennings: Highly undervalued

Gregg Jennings has burned plenty of defensive backs in the league. Raymond T. Rivard photograph

Green Bay Packers’ wide receiver Greg Jennings was highly undervalued with his 74th rating in last year’s “The Top 100: Players of 2011.”

This year at least he’s given a better rating revealed in the most recent airing of “The Top 100: Players of 2012.” This year he dropped 18 places to the 56th top rated player.

Still too low? Yes, in my estimation. Rarely does this man drop a ball and how many times have you seen him come up with the clutch catch to turn a game? Plenty.

IMO, he is highly underrated, considering he is the number one wideout on a team that is said by many to have the best receiving corps in the league.

And what’s up with Jordy Nelson being rated 80th? Really? Talk about a clutch player. Sure, he’s had his drops, but the blazer has burned plenty of defensive backs in the league to garner a higher rating … but that’s my opinion.

Despite the fact that this is a highly unscientific rating, this is a program worth watching. Watching how players rise and fall in a single season is fascinating.

Keep watching …

http://www.nfl.com/videos/auto/09000d5d82949f2d/Charles-Tillman-Ryan-Kalil-Jeff-Faine

Topics: Green Bay Packers, Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, NFL Network

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