Randall Cobb missed Week 8 with a hamstring injury, and it helped limit his production in Week 9.
Cobb is dealing with a hamstring injury suffered in Week 7, which led to him missing Week 8. He played in Week 9, even though he only got three limited practices in. Cobb got the same this week, and the Packers think he is healthy enough that his status for Sunday is not in question.
Cobb endured a rough start to the season that saw him catch just 12 passes over his first three games. He then had a three-game tear with 27 catches for 256 yards and two scores before missing Week 8.
Cobb was then limited to two catches for 14 yards in Green Bay’s Week 9 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
This is a tough call, but Cobb has been such a big part of this offense that if he’s active you should keep him in your starting lineup.