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Packers players of the week: Week 11

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By Dan Arkush

The Packers’ offensive, defensive and special-teams players of the week in their 31-3 rout of the Vikings in Week 11:

Offense: WR Greg Jennings

Jennings had a huge day against an inferior Vikings secondary, catching seven of the nine passes thrown to him by Aaron Rodgers for 152 yards and three touchdowns. Jennings’ best catch of the day was his 47-yarder that set up Mason Crosby’s 42-yard field goal, which was Green Bay’s first score of the day, tying the score at 3-3. On the catch, Jennings displayed tremendous concentration.      

Defense: CB Charles Woodson

Woodson picked up where he left off in the Packers’ previous win, over Dallas in Week Nine, making his presence felt all over the field with seven tackles (which tied Nick Collins for the team lead), a QB hit and a forced fumble. 

Special teams: S Atari Bigby

In a game in which nobody did anything really special on special teams, Bigby gets the nod for what could have been a TD-saving tackle on Percy Harvin’s game-opening kickoff return for the Vikings.

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