No practice for Randall Cobb

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Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb is out of practice again.

Cobb, who was added to the injury report this week with a hamstring strain, was held out of today’s practice. The Packers, unlike other NFL teams, do full practices instead of walk-through on Saturdays, and usually the players who are going to play on Sunday are on the practice field on Saturday.

Cobb is still listed as questionable for tomorrow’s home game against the Bills, but without practicing there seems to be a pretty good chance that he won’t be able to play.

If Cobb is out, that would likely mean more targets for wide receivers Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison, as well as tight end Jimmy Graham.

20 responses to “No practice for Randall Cobb

  1. Well, at least Cobb’s statements about his injury coincides with the injury report itself.
    It would be very uncharacteristic of McCarthy and Co. to fudge such a thing anyways.
    Unlike some of his NFC North counterparts, who have yet to be fully investigated.

  2. If Randall is indeed out for the game, I am looking forward to seeing Marquez Valdes-Scantling get time as the #3 WR.

    Packers wearing the 1937-1948 throwbacks tomorrow. The throwbacks have grown on me over time but I’m glad they only wear them once a season.

    Anyone see the new BOSE Aaron Rodgers commercial? Aaron is warming up at a away game vs. the Bears and he puts on BOSE headphones and then everyone in the stands disappears except one young Packers fan.

    Aaron shared the ad on instagram with the caption:

    “Focus on what matters”

    It’s a good ad. Much better than the State Farm ads.

  3. Oh yes, throwback uniforms, I can take them or leave them.
    I’m even less of a fan of the all white color rush unis they’ve been forced to sport on Thursday nights.
    Just wondering what the over/under will be for Barneys commenting how ugly they are after the game.
    I’ll set the line at 57.

    I’m really curious to see if J. Moore is finally going to be a game day active tomorrow.
    Obviously MVS will still be, as a gunner, or maybe they feel they can roll the dice with him offensively too.

  4. bondlake says:
    September 29, 2018 at 5:l24 pm
    Cobb counts $12.7 million against the salary cap.

    GB is really getting its money’s worth, isn’t it?
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    Almost as much as the Vikings are getting out of Anthony Barr.
    Well, he did contribute significantly to the Barneys divisional championship last season.
    So there’s that.

  5. After last week, Cobb should be donating is game checks to charity. Couldn’t catch anything, and when he finally did catch a two yard pass on fourth down, fumbled it away.

  6. stellarperformance says:
    September 29, 2018 at 4:30 pm
    Next Man Up

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    Great input stella, could you expand and possibly talk about who the “next man up” could be?

  7. flviking says:
    September 29, 2018 at 8:14 pm
    stellarperformance says:
    September 29, 2018 at 4:30 pm
    Next Man Up

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    Great input stella, could you expand and possibly talk about who the “next man up” could be?

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    Or you could enlighten us with your amazing level of Packer knowledge.

  8. andrwken says:
    September 29, 2018 at 8:57 pm
    flviking says:
    September 29, 2018 at 8:14 pm
    stellarperformance says:
    September 29, 2018 at 4:30 pm
    Next Man Up

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    Great input stella, could you expand and possibly talk about who the “next man up” could be?

    ————-

    Or you could enlighten us with your amazing level of Packer knowledge

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    Could care less about packer knowledge and obviously pack fan can’t enlighten us about their team, except for “next man up”

  9. Whomever plays tomorrow, I would be happy if the Packers stopped throwing wide receiver screens that involve Randall Cobb.

    Though he tries, he’s just not big enough to be an effective blocker.
    And while he spends a lot of time juking around on wr screens, it seems like he ends up with 2 yards.

    Looking forward to seeing more of Aaron Jones. He looked electric on limited carries last week.

  10. flviking says:
    September 29, 2018 at 8:14 pm

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    Great input stella, could you expand and possibly talk about who the “next man up” could be?

    +++++++

    Apparently you don’t read Cheese’s posts either. Remember those three rookie wideouts we drafted…… the next man up will come from those 3 if needed. Today.

    But Kumerow had the look of next man ready and is probably going to be an IR return if the rooks don’t show they know where to go. Any further questions?

  11. flviking says:
    September 29, 2018 at 9:16 pm

    Could care less about packer knowledge and obviously pack fan can’t enlighten us about their team, except for “next man up”
    ……………………………………………………………………………….

    Well, why don`t YOU enlighten us. You seem to be good for multiple posts on stories about the Packers, so you must care about your Packers knowledge. Not that that is a surprise, because there hasn`t been much to talk about with the Minnesota team for over 57 years. Well, except 4 Superbowl blowouts…the Loveboat…wide left…

  12. Don’t like to hear a player is hurt, but it’ll be one less option for Rodgers if he’s indeed out. I’m confident Tre’davious White can keep Adams in check. So that leaves Allison and Graham. Those 3 rookies worry me though. I hope one of them don’t sneak up on us and have a good game. Should be a good one though. Looking forward to our fast linebackers chasing Rodgers allllll over Lambeau Field.

  13. flviking says:
    September 29, 2018 at 9:16 pm
    Could care less about packer knowledge and obviously pack fan can’t enlighten us about their team, except for “next man up”
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    Next Man Up is anyone. Next Man Up is any player that is ready for a chance to make a difference, show what they trained for and what they can do, take advantage of the opportunity and perhaps replace the player that is not on the field. Nobody can help the team if they’re not on the field on gameday.

    There’s no point lamenting the unavailability of the missing player. Get it done with who you have. No complaining. Next Man Up.

    I prefer this strategy to wishing, hoping, and praying.

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