We've all been waiting for Green Bay Packers receiver Jeff Janis to break out. That may never happen, but he appears closer now than he's ever been.
Fans will get a rare chance to watch two of the best when the Green Bay Packers face the Atlanta Falcons. That is, if one of those guys can get on the field.
Are we skeptical of the Green Bay Packers after they beat a depleted Chicago Bears team on Thursday night? Yes, but here are five more thoughts on the win.
Davante Adams is expected to miss time with a concussion. That opens up some chances for the Green Bay Packers forgotten backup receivers.
There are losses and then there are losses where you get exposed as a pretender. The Green Bay Packers' loss to the Dallas Cowboys looks like the latter.
The Green Bay Packers' passing attack is heading toward a repeat of 2015. In fact, things have been even worse thus far because the speed is on the bench.
The Green Bay Packers have 10 pass catchers on their roster. For some reason, they can only use three or four of them. Who is the reason for that failure?
We've long wondered why the Green Bay Packers don't play receiver Jeff Janis on offense. Perhaps we've finally found the answer to that question.
Jeff Janis practiced for the first time without a club on his hand since the preseason. Now that he can catch passes again, will he be given the opportunity?
You'll never guess which Green Bay Packers are hunting during the bye week. Or maybe you will. Nonetheless, we hope they don't kill themselves in the woods.
Green Bay Packers receiver Jeff Janis will have the club removed from his broken hand soon. Does that mean he'll be playing receiver? Probably not much.
The Green Bay Packers could learn something by watching the Buffalo Bills' Marquise Goodwin. Take advantage of speed mismatches. Will they ever do so?
The Green Bay Packers will likely have receiver Jeff Janis on the field this week. Will he be catching passes? We doubt it, but he doesn't need to.
It's the Green Bay Packers backups vs. the Kansas City Chiefs backups. There's still plenty on the line for these guys right here, though.
Receiver Jeff Janis has returned to practice for the Green Bay Packers with a club on his injured hand. That only complicates things for the Packers.
Receiver Jeff Janis won't be available when the Green Bay Packers open the regular season. That leaves the Packers with a decision. What to do with Janis?