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Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson celebrates with wide receiver Randall Cobb and tight end Richard Rodgers after scoring a touchdown in the first quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field. Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports photograph

– Wide Receiver –

If you were a Jordy Nelson fan, you loved the fact that he caught two monstrous touchdowns. If you followed my advice on Davante Adams, you’re probably not so ecstatic.

Nelson once again delivered big at home with two touchdowns from 40 yards and beyond. Nelson has been nothing but money at Lambeau and luckily for you, he’s there again. The secondary is suspect for the Eagles and Nelson does a great job at finding holes in defenses.

Davante Adams did a disappearing act on Sunday night. After leading the team in targets last week, Adams only saw two passes thrown his way. It was a strange twist of big plays and not enough passes to go around which left Adams on the outside looking in.

I do think that the Eagles defense is a big improvement over the Bears, so Adams should see a few passes thrown his way.

In case you were wondering, I did not forget about Randall Cobb. Cobb caught another touchdown making it 10 on the year (only trailing Denver’s Julius Thomas‘s 12). It’s becoming a given that Cobb is going to score a touchdown, in fact, he’s only failed to reach the end zone once and that came at Detroit.

It would be almost silly not to think that Cobb won’t find the end zone once again this week.

Jordy Nelson Standard Scoring Projection: 17 points

Randall Cobb Standard Scoring Projection: 16 points

Davante Adams Standard Scoring Projection: 7 points