Jul 29, 2012
The Green Bay Packers boast one of the most potent offenses in the National Football League, with a deadly passing game lead by Aaron Rodgers.
The offense may become even more potent in 2012, as the Pack are rumored to use second year WR Randall Cobb more this season. Cobb will likely be the primary slot receiver for Rodgers, and as been lining up in the backfield on a few sets at Packers camp.
As reported by PFT.com, Head Coach Mike McCarthy plans on using the veristile Cobb more this season. “He is a versatile player,” McCarthy said via the Green Bay Press-Gazette, “and it’s important to always try to create schemes where you’re giving people the opportunity to make plays.”