12. Greg Jennings
Greg Jennings was a route-running stud and could turn any defensive back completely around. He also played with two of the best quarterbacks in the history of the NFL in Aaron Rodgers and Favre and certainly benefited as a result.
Regardless, he still put up great numbers and was one of the key weapons in the Packers 2011 Super Bowl Victory.
Throughout his seven years with the Packers, he totaled 6537 receiving yards and 53 touchdowns. Those overall numbers earned him two trips to the Pro Bowl and three straight 1000 yard seasons from 2008-2010.
He’s also sixth on the Packers list of most touchdown receptions in his career, trailing four guys who have yet to come and one player who was drafted way before 1970 (Don Hutson).
We will forever be grateful for Jennings, even if he spurned Packer fans and went to the Minnesota Vikings after the 2012 season.