GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Packers wide receivers know from the minute they arrive in Green Bay they're not going to have as many catches as they might somewhere else, or match the dizzying numbers some of their rivals put up.
They also know Aaron Rodgers will make sure their chance eventually comes. When it does, they better make the most of it.
James Jones and Randall Cobb are the latest to step up, filling in for the injured Greg Jennings. Jones caught two touchdowns last week in Houston, joining Don Hutson as the only Packers players to have two TD receptions in three straight games. Cobb, in his second year, had his first 100-yard receiving game against the Texans.
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