Cobb caught two passes for 24 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's victory over the Vikings. The 24 yards were Cobb's second lowest output of the season, but his touchdown was one of the biggest plays in the game, as it gave the Packers a 10-point lead heading into halftime. Cobb's yardage totals have been disappointing this season, but he did score in two of the Packers' last three games and averaged over 10 targets in those contests. He will look to find the end zone again in Week 12 against a Bears team he has tallied six scores against in eight career matchups.
Cobb caught five passes off of 10 targets for 53 yards in Sunday's loss to Detroit. Cobb has been sputtering as of late, much like the majority of Green Bay's offense. Since a terrific three-score performance against Kansas City in Week 3, Cobb has averaged just four catches per game for 47 yards, scoring once in the six-game span. With Cobb seeing 29 more targets than any other Packer this season, there is always hope that a big game is right around the corner, but Cobb has not been as dependable with those sorts of performances as he has been in past seasons.
Cobb caught just four of his 12 targets for 99 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's game against the Panthers. The Packers' top wideout had struggled over the past four games, failing to find the end zone and reaching 44 receiving yards just once, but he recorded one of his best statistical games of the season on Sunday. Cobb led the team in targets and yardage, despite the low reception rate, and will continue to be heavily involved in the passing attack. Cobb's production should receive a boost from the return of a now healthy Devante Adams, preventing defenses from keying in on him entirely, and he should be one of the most heavily-targeted Packers receivers from week-to-week. Green Bay will host Detroit in Week 10.
Cobb wasn't a part of the Packers' injury report Wednesday, the team's official site reports. Cobb suffered an AC joint sprain in the third preseason game, which threatened his availability for the regular season opener. Gutting out the injury through the Packers' first six games, he remained Aaron Rodgers' top target, turning 47 looks into 30 receptions for 350 yards and four touchdowns. The potential exists for fellow wideout Davante Adams to complete his recovery from a sprained ankle suffered in Week 3, thereby providing further distraction for opposing defenses. However, Cobb and company face a formidable Broncos unit Sunday that's given up 11.4 YPC and one measly touchdown to wide receivers this season.
Cobb (shoulder) caught just 2-of-5 targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Chargers. Cobb made a 26-yard catch, but was otherwise quiet, dropping a pass at one point that would have gone for a big gain. He hasn't done much in three games since his three-touchdown performance in Week 3, but the entire Packers' offense has been a little out of sync recently. Green Bay is on bye next week, which should be huge for Cobb to rest his nagging shoulder injury. They'll have a challenging matchup when they do return in Week 8, however, traveling to Denver to face the Broncos.
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