Detroit - Same scenario one year ago, this throw isn't made. Never. Randall Cobb is sure of it. "My rookie year?" Cobb said. "No, he doesn't even give it a shot." Less than 2 minutes to go. His team trailing. Two defensive backs in the area. It takes a lot for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to even attempt this throw. But that's how far Cobb has come in his second season. Sunday at Ford Field, Rodgers' trust in the 22-year-old wide receiver resulted in the winning touchdown. Between a pair of defenders, Cobb's 22-yard score was the difference in the Packers' 24-20 win over the Detroit Lions...
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