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The ascension of Cobb as a receiver has helped the Green Bay offense take off.
The talented Green Bay Packer receiving corps will have its hands full against the Rams' sixth best passing defense that is allowing only 203 passing yards a game.
However, with the recent emergence of Randall Cobb and James Jones and the re-emergence of Jordy Nelson, receivers should have no trouble getting open.
Since accruing two receptions in both Week 2 and Week 3, Randall Cobb has been targeted by Rodgers 22 times total in the latter three games. The Packers have made a concerted effort to get him the ball, be it from the slot or lining up in the backfield.
After playing in 29 percent of the snaps in Week 2, according to FootballOutsiders.com, he played 60 percent in Week 6.
Cobb had 10 receptions for 106 yards last week against the Texans.
James Jones, on the other hand, has gotten fewer targets but has made the most of them. Always inconsistent when playing behind so many wideouts (he's the guy you leave on your fantasy bench and watch go for two touchdowns), Jones has broken out with two touchdown catches in each of the past three games.
As for Nelson, he also got off to a slow start as he was unable to peel away from defenders but ever since the Packers played the other wideouts more, Nelson has excelled.
He has 29 catches in his past three games.
Despite Janoris Jenkins and Cortland Finnegan playing well, it won't be enough to guard all the weapons that the Packers own.