Randall Cobb has been as reliable as they come for the Packers throughout his career. Cobb played college football at the University of Kentucky. He was selected by the Packers in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He also played one season each for the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans during his career. That was before Aaron Rodgers asked for him to come back to Green Bay. Today against the Minnesota Vikings Randall Cobb joined exclusive company in the Packers’ Franchise.
Randall Cobb Ties James Lofton For Fifth On All Time Packers Receptions
Randall Cobb tied James Lofton for fifth on the Packers all-time receptions list with 530 catches.
— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) January 1, 2023
During his career Randall Cobb has accumulated 619 receptions, 7,537 receiving yards, and 19 touchdowns. He also has 47 receptions, 596 receiving yards, and five touchdowns in the post season. His 530 receptions (for the fifth most all-time in Packers history) have all come while in a Packers uniform. So far in 2022 Cobb has 28 receptions, 369 yards, and one touchdown. He has certainly been an asset on third downs this year and is a proven wide receiver that Aaron Rodgers trusts. Green Bay’s all time leading receptions list is:
- Donald Driver: 743
- Davante Adams: 669
- Sterling Sharpe: 595
- Jordy Nelson: 550
- James Lofton and Randall Cobb: 530
The Green Bay Packers dominated the Minnesota Vikings today to move to 8-8 on the season. Week 18 will be simple for the Packers, win and you’re in the playoffs. The final game of the season will be at Lambeau Field against the Detroit Lions. The Lions handled the Chicago Bears today to improve to 8-8 on the season as well. It will be one of the biggest Packers-Lions games of recent memory.
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