Here are the numbers demonstrating the wide receivers' diminished production. Notably, the Packers are on pace to get nine fewer touchdowns, eight more drops and 51 fewer yards per game.
Here is a look at the wide receiver unit's productivity from 2011 to 2012. Stats are from ProFootballFocus.com. The numbers are down across the board — typically by big margins. The only exception is missed tackles. Last year, the Packers led the NFL with 3,667 yards from their receivers. That pace is down 51 yards this season.