Randall Cobb is Questionable

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Randall Cobb

Randall Cobb

There seems to be a reasonable chance the Green Bay Packers will have receiver and return man Randall Cobb on Sunday, when they face the Minnesota Vikings.

Cobb practiced on Friday and is listed as questionable, meaning there’s a 50 percent chance he’ll play. Cobb reportedly looked like he was cutting fine on his injured ankle during practice.

That’s potentially good news for the Packers.

If Sunday’s game were meaningless, the Packers would almost surely hold Cobb out to guarantee his health for the playoffs. It’s not.

With a win, the Packers will clinch the No. 2 seed in the NFC and a first-round bye. They also get the added bonus of knocking the Vikings out of the playoffs. Although the Queens could still make it with a loss if Chicago, Dallas and the Giants all lose, but that’s pretty unlikely.

The Packers could secure the No. 2 seed with a loss if San Francisco loses to Arizona. Fat chance of that happening.

If Cobb plays and tallies 46 receiving yards on Sunday, he’ll pass 1,000 for the season.

About The Author

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

4 Comments on "Randall Cobb is Questionable"

  1. Pack Lethal

    Hey Chris Restivo,
    I stand corrected! I always wondered why so many people on this site hated the Vikings. I never felt this hatred, voiced so many times over, as I equated the Vikings to the medium-sized rock in my back yard… I mean the rock never did anything, nothing! It just sat there, I suppose if I flipped it over I might find it giving shelter to a few bugs but that would be its only real impact, a perennial inert object that one would place no real expectations on. I just never thought anything of them but, as I was just made aware, the Vikings accolades include 8 NFC Championship & 4 Super Bowls appearances…. Never mind that they only have, uhm, how many titles? They are a vision of sustained excellence!

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