Possibly no team in the NFL is getting more bang for their buck at the receiver position than the Green Bay Packers.
Such a reality is further highlighted when comparing the salaries of Green Bay's top three receivers to the money Greg Jennings is now making with the Minnesota Vikings.
As pointed out by Brian McIntyre of Yahoo! Sports, the Packers combination of Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and James Jones will make just over $7 million in combined salary in 2013. What's more, that trio of bargains will only earn roughly 54 percent of what the Minnesota Vikings are paying Greg Jennings next season.
Let that tidbit of information soak in for a minute.
Cobb, Nelson and Jones combined for 193 catches, 2,483 yards and 29 touchdowns last season, but their 2013 compensation will cost the Packers just over half what Jennings pulls in from the Vikings. Whoa.
McIntyre calls the trio of receivers Green Bay's "best bargain," but this is much more than just a bargain, especially given the context of Jennings' money. This borders on highway robbery for general manager Ted Thompson.