Through the first half of 2014, the Packers have posted four long TD receptions. Three are from WR Jordy Nelson (80, 66 and 59 yards) and the other is from WR Randall Cobb (70 yards).

In this bye week edition of "What You Might've Missed,"'s Mike Spofford breaks down those four long TDs by looking at which element was the biggest key to making the play work -- the route, the play-action or the protection.

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