Cobb brought in three of five targets for 15 yards and two touchdowns in the Packers' 24-21 win over the Cardinals on Thursday.

The veteran slot man was filling the role of de facto No. 1 receiver for Aaron Rodgers on Thursday, and although he couldn't do much in the yardage department, he delivered for fantasy managers with touchdown grabs of two and six yards in the second half. Cobb hadn't been in the end zone since Week 4, when he'd recorded his first two scores of the campaign versus the Steelers. Cobb now has back-to-back three-catch efforts, but his role could diminish in a Week 9 road battle against the Chiefs a week from Sunday if both Davante Adams and Allen Lazard clear COVID-19 protocols in time for that contest, as expected, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling (hamstring) is activated from injured reserve.

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