5. Greg Jennings
The rest of this list is filled with playmakers who could change the game in an instant for the Packers. And Greg Jennings kicks us off.
Jennings had the unique pleasure of playing with the two greatest quarterbacks of all-time, Aaron Rodgers and Favre. He began his career by playing with Favre after getting drafted in the second-round of the 2006 draft.
In just his third season, he recorded more than 1200 receiving yards, kicking off three consecutive seasons in which he had more than 1000 yards. His 3957 receiving yards that decade ranks second on the team, however, his 67.1 yards per game is first. Jennings also ranked third in receiving touchdowns with 28.
Upon entering the NFL, he quickly became one of Favre’s favorite targets and moved into that role with Rodgers as well to finish the decade.