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Randall Cobb made quite the opening statement on the first game of his career. He started by catching a 32-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers, which he later would admit running the wrong rout on. Nevertheless, Cobb put together a brilliant play to put the Packers up 21-7, and keeping the momentum on their side.
But Cobb wasn't done yet, as he made what could have been another mistake in the game, but turned it in to the play of the game, returning a kickoff for 108 yards. During the kickoff, Cobb was spun around and was almost down, but Kuhn helped him up, and Cobb was off to the races after that.
For a rookie, it's hard to ask for a better game than Randall Cobb had, catching a touchdown pass and then returning a kick 108 yards for the score. Packers fans are excited about the potential of Cobb, especially given the fact that it was the first time anyone had returned a kick for a touchdown in 10 years.