Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings has three more regular-season games, plus perhaps the playoffs, to change how his season may be perceived. File/Gannett Wisconsin Media
Greg Jennings finally feels good. That was evident Thursday, when he spoke unprompted but admiringly about Brandon Marshall's rant a day earlier.
Marshall, the outspoken Chicago Bears receiver, more or less dared the Green Bay Packers to try to play him man-to-man in Sunday's game at Soldier Field. He said defensive coordinator Dom Capers' game plan, which was heavy on double-covering Marshall, shut him down in the season's first meeting in Week 2. Marshall had only two catches for 24 yards in that game, which the Packers won.
Jennings thought the comments by Marshall, who also said he ...