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The Wisconsin Badgers football team gathered to watch the Packers / Bears game at the team's hotel in Orlando. Here's the reaction to Randall Cobb's touchdown catch on fourth down. One Chicago fan is sad. [Deadspin]**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
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It doesn't say much in terms of how much Randall Cobb will play (if at all) but it is great news to hear that the Packers have officially activated Randall to the Packers active roster.
The #Packers have activated WR Randall Cobb for tomorrow’s game
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 28, 2013
This means that the Packers could potentially have Aaron...
Not only are the Green Bay Packers getting quarterback Aaron Rodgers back from his broken collarbone, the team will also get receiver Randall Cobb who was activated from the injured reserve/designated to return list Saturday. That means Cobb is available for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, where the winner goes to the playoffs as the NFC North champion […]
Somehow, despite the fact that Aaron Rodgers missed a chunk of the season with a broken collarbone, the Green Bay Packers won the NFC North yesterday with a 33-28 victory over the Chicago Bears. With less than a minute remaining in the game and the Packers trailing, Rodgers hooked up with Randall Cobb, who was also back from his own serious injury, for a 48-yard touchdown that gave...
The Green Bay Packers were down to their last gasp on 4th and 8 when Aaron Rodgers hooked up with Randall Cobb on a deep ball for the go-ahead touchdown. I have no idea how you let Cobb get that open on fourth down, but there was no one in the vicinity. This looks like another Chicago Bears choke job. The post Aaron Rodgers throws game-winning TD on 4th down against the Bears...
During today’s game between the Packers and the Bears, there were some moments that definitely made fans jump for joy. Well more so if you were a Packers fan at the end. Here we have the Wisconsin football team watching the game and celebrating Randall Cobb’s game winning touchdown catch on 4th and 8.
The slow-mo replay is just mean. Poor Bears fan.
The state of Wisconsin is celebrating tonight – including the football players for the state university – after Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers knocked off the Chicago Bears to win the NFC North. Check out the scene at the Badgers’ hotel room as Rodgers found Randall Cobb for a 48-yard score late in the fourth quarter.
Tough times for the lone Bears fan wearing the...
If not for one player, the Packers' game-winning, division-clinching touchdown wouldn't have happened. We review the video to detail how Aaron Rodgers was able to hit Randall Cobb for a 48-yard touchdown on fourth-and-8.
It should come as no surprise that there are a lot of Packers fans on the Wisconsin roster, so the team got together at their hotel in Pasadena to watch yesterday's NFC North championship game. Here's the Badgers' reaction to Randall Cobb's TD that sent Green Bay to the playoffs and Chicago to the golf course:Somebody get that kid in the Bears jersey a soda or something.
The Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears in Week 17 to claim the NFC North and claim a spot in the playoffs.
Aaron Rodgers returned to the field and it was his heroics that produced a packers win. Down 28-27 and facing a 4th and 8…. Rodgers hit Randall Cobb for a 48 yard touchdown pass.
With the loss Bears quarterback Jay Cutler fell to 1-8 against the Packers...
It's alright to talk about it now, but the Packers path to the playoffs required some help along the way.
And we're not even talking about the dramatic return of Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb. The Detroit Lions couldn't get out of their own way to take a division that was down to starting quarterbacks. The Bears couldn't capitalize in Week 16, allowing the...
The Packers' offense is getting healthy with the return of Aaron Rodgers and possible return of Randall Cobb. Defensively, the Packers won't have Clay Matthews — just like when the teams met the first time.
The Packers have moved the ball through the air as well as any team in the league under Mike McCarthy, but it hasn’t been as easy the past couple of seasons. Receivers seem to be struggling more than ever before to separate from defensive backs. Sure Randall Cobb or Jordy Nelson will break wide open every now and then, but for the most part, Aaron Rodgers is forced to complete...
What a game. The Packers roared back to beat the Bears on their home turf and the team is going to the playoffs!
The story of the game has to be the return of Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb. Yes, Eddie Lacy and Jordy Nelson were fantastic yet again. Yes, the defense was maddening at times still. Yes, the Bears managed to out-Bears themselves by letting Jarrett Boykin score...
In the end, the most deserving team won the NFC North.
The Detroit Lions over the past couple of seasons have ranked near the top of the most disappointing teams in the league and they only added to that ranking this season, finishing behind two teams that were without their quarterbacks for a large part of the year.
And, while the Chicago Bears did miss Jay Cutler for five games...