(WNFL) - Packers' receiver Randall Cobb says the Green Bay offense enters the playoffs with a lot more balance -- and a lot more unpredictability -- than a year ago. Teammates say Cobb's versatility will keep opposing defenses guessing throughout their playoff run, which starts on Sunday at home against San Francisco. Just like quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Cobb returned from a major injury in last Sunday's victory at Chicago which catapulted Green Bay into the post-season. Media reports said the Packers were planning to limit to Cobb to 15-or-20 snaps against the Bears. Instead, he had around twice that number with 37 snaps -- including both Green Bay receiving touchdowns. Packers' receiver James Jones says Cobb is quote, "probably one of the most explosive players that we have in our game today." Jones said Cobb can be moved around in order to create a number of mis-matches -- and it's great to have him back and healthy. Cobb broke a leg on October 13th at Baltimore. Today, the Packers will have their most extensive practice of the week, a fully-padded workout with team drills outside to help them get ready for the cold weather during Sunday's game.
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