After seeing the injury to Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb on Sunday, the worst was feared. There seemed to be a very likely chance that he would be out for the rest of the season with a knee injury. No need to fear for that anymore as it seems that the injury looked much worse than it really was.
Cobb left the game on Sunday after taking a hit from Baltimore Ravens rookie safety Matt Elam to his knee. The Packers were already without WR James Jones in the game and had to continue on without Randall Cobb also. With both of those receivers out, the Packers had to rely on Jarrett Boykin.
Even with Cobb missing a few weeks, the Packers are hurting for depth at the position. They may be looking all over the unemployment line to find someone to add depth at the position. Cobb has 378 yards this season on 29 receptions and 2 touchdowns.
At least the Packers will get him back at some point this season.