In his second year, Packers WR Randall Cobb has matured into a legitimate, matchup nightmare in Green Bay's offense. He's still returning kicks and punts. But the season opener was a clear signal to defensive coordinators across the league that Cobb is no sideshow gimmick. The team plans to use the 5-foot-10, 192-pounder as an omnipresent mismatch.
He is currently Green Bay's third-down back and is a PPR flex start in that role. He has considerable upside in leagues that award points for return yardage and if there are any injuries ahead of him, he will see increased targets as well.