If you are a Packers’ fan you have likely heard the team’s coaches and players talk quite a lot about how they need to get the ball into the hands of Randall Cobb more often in games. In fact, many of the game analysts have made the same statements before and during games.
Cobb has been the primary kick returner for the team, averaging 26.1 yards on kick-off returns and 11.0 yards on punt returns. He has also become Aaron Rodgers’ primary target as he leads the team with 58 receptions. He has scored seven touchdowns and gained 613 yards receiving.
But it is what Cobb has done running the ball that intrigues more than a handful of people. In fact, it might be said that not only is Cobb the team’s number one “game changer,” but he is also the Pack’s best running option.