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As if Green Bay's offense wasn't already good enough, the Packers decided to make a luxury pick in the second round when Kentucky speedster Randall Cobb was still on the board.
Things have worked out pretty well for both Cobb and the Packers thus far. Cobb has returned a kickoff for a touchdown and a punt for a touchdown, adding 23 catches for 353 yards and a touchdown through the air despite fighting for touches with the likes of Jordy Nelson, Greg Jennings, Jermichael Finley, James Jones and Donald Driver.
Cobb has been more involved in the offense recently, with six catches for 98 yards in the past two games.
Cobb's kick/punt-returning abilities will make him a constant threat during the playoffs, but his impact might not stop there if a guy like Jennings, who has been sidelined with a knee injury, misses any postseason time.
Either way, look for Cobb to be a factor in the Packers' playoff run.