By Kevin C. Wilson, Vikings Correspondent, Wed, Oct 1st 12:15am EDT
During a conference call with reporters on Tuesday, Greg Jennings indicated that he has no regrets about leaving the Green Bay Packers as a free agent in 2013. The veteran receiver said the decision wasn't really football related, but mainly because Minnesota offers him and his family more "spiritually" and "educationally". While he expects to receive plenty of boos on Thursday night, Jennings doesn't plan on letting it effect his performance. "I can't concern myself with that," Jennings said. "I was on that side when Brett [Farve] came back, so I understand the reaction he got. So I don't expect it to be anything better than that." (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: If Greg Jennings wasn't already going to get booed on Thursday night at Lambeau Field, his comments on Tuesday made it a foregone conclusion. Whether that will have an impact on his production on the field remains to be seen. The nine-year veteran, who spent his first seven seasons with the Packers, caught just two passes for 29 yards in his return to Lambeau Field last year. On Thursday night his production will most likely be determined by whoever gets the nod at QB. If Teddy Bridgewater is able to play, Jennings can be used as a WR3 or a flex starter in most leagues. However, if Christian Ponder is forced into the lineup you will want to make sure to remove Jennings from yours.