Jordy Nelson

Jordy Nelson

Height: 6' 3"Weight: 217 lbsAge: 32College: Kansas StateDrafted: #36 (2nd Rd. by Green Bay)

Week 7 Outlook

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Week Rank (ECR) WR #9
Projection 8.4 pts


Jordy Nelson ends touchdown streak in loss

Packers' receiver Jordy Nelson, who had grabbed a touchdown in each game this year that he was healthy for, failed to get one Sunday as the Packers fell to the Vikings 23-10. Nelson had six catches for 60 yards.

Fantasy Impact

Obviously, the larger story here, and the reason he couldn't get a touchdown, was the injury to Aaron Rodgers. Jordy, as the Packers' number one target, will still be fantasy relevant, but his ceiling is much lower with backup Brett Hundley at the helm.

Jordy Nelson grabs a touchdown against Cowboys

Jordy Nelson only had two catches for 24 yards but made the most of them with one of them going for a touchdown against the Cowboys on Sunday.

Fantasy Impact

Nelson is an elite receiver in the NFL and has the trust of Aaron Rodgers more than anyone on the team. He missed the game-winning drive with a possible injury which is something to keep an eye on going into this week as well as next week's bye week.

Dominick Petrillo1 week ago
Jordy Nelson catches two touchdowns again

Jordy Nelson finished Thursday night's game against the Chicago Bears with four catches for 75 yard and two touchdowns.

Fantasy Impact

Make that four touchdowns for Nelson over the last two weeks. He is a must start option for fantasy leagues as he's Aaron Rodgers' most reliable weapon.

Jordy Nelson hauls in two touchdowns

Jordy Nelson hauled in six receptions on nine targets for 52 yards and two touchdowns in the Packers' win over the Bengals.

Fantasy Impact

Nelson appears to be fine after missing a large part of Week 3 with a quad injury. Expect Nelson to continue elite WR1 numbers in Week 4 as the Packers take on the Bears.

Caleb Baggette3 weeks ago
Jordy Nelson on track to play Week 3

ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson (quad) is expected to play Week 3.

Fantasy Impact

Despite missing the bulk of last Sunday night's loss to Atlanta with a quad injury, Nelson has practiced in full this week and is on track to play this afternoon versus Cincinnati. Although he is facing a Bengals defense that's allowed the second least fantasy points to WRs, Nelson should still be inserted in starting fantasy lineups with confidence in Week 3. While the Bengals contained Ravens and Texans wideouts through the first two games in 2017, it will be a lot more difficult to shut down Aaron Rodgers and company.