GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Packers receiver Jordy Nelson is tied for fourth in the National Football League with six receiving touchdowns this season. That's tied with the likes of Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green and Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown. The problem is he hasn't had a touchdown since week 5, a week before Aaron Rodgers suffered his broken collarbone against the Minnesota Vikings.
Since Brett Hundley took over at quarterback, Nelson has not caught more four balls a game and has just 14 catches total in five games. He also hasn't had a catch of more than 35 yards in any of those games.
"I don't think I've changed anything. I'm not going to change anything," Nelson said Tuesday. "The execution has been there it's just sometimes it's the way it goes as a receiver. The quarterback feels comfortable with one certain guy or whatever it is and I'm not saying he doesn't feel comfortable with me. It's just sometimes that's how the games play out sometimes so i'm not worried about it. I don't think he is. I don't want to feel like he needs to try and get me the ball or anything. He just needs to continue to keep doing what he's doing."
Nelson is on pace for just 611 receiving yards which would be his lowest total since 2010.