Randall Cobb was Green Bay’s leading WR in 2015. Cobb started off his football career at University of Kentucky where he was named to the SEC All-Freshman team. He played 11 games, 4 of which he started as quarterback. As a freshman he contributed to 11 touchdowns – two passing, two receiving and seven rushing. He moved to wide receiver in his sophomore season. That season he scored 15 touchdowns, four receiving, one returning and ten rushing. By his junior year Cobb had scored a total of 32 touchdowns, completing his career at Kentucky.
Cobb was drafted in the second round by the Green Bay Packers in 2011. Cobb played in his first game on opening day in 2011, where he was the only player born in 1990’s to ever play in the NFL. His first NFL touchdown against the New Orleans Saints was a 32-yard reception in the first quarter and was then followed up with a 108-yard kickoff return in the third quarter, which tied for the longest kickoff return in NFL history, record set by Ellis Hobbs. It was later named the Play of the Year at the honors Banquet. In 2014 Cobb set a personal best through the first 10 games of the season. With 54 receptions for 779 yards. In the Packers 10th game that season, he had personal season bests of 10 receptions for 129 years and was ranked 100 on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2014.
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