B.J. Raji took it there, maybe he heard enough of Jermichael Finley crying about Aaron Rogers not getting him the ball enough. Either way, he sent a loud message that Finley could go shopping for another team in 2013, because he's isn't a must have in Green Bay. Raji and OC Tom Clements were very candid in their praise.
"(They) are the only two guys that we really need out there," Raji said. "He's our version of Percy Harvin, man," according to Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin.
Offensive Coordinator Tom Clements echoed Raji's statement in his own way:
"It’s no different than every (other) year. You analyze yourself, you analyze some other teams in the league and see if some teams do things that might suit your players’ abilities," Clements said. "So we did some research and thought we could use Randall in certain ways. That’s all great on the board, until you go out and (actually) do it. He went out and showed he could make some things happen and make us a little better on offense."
"(Harvin and) Sproles do a lot of good things on offense, so we studied them and tried to take some things that we thought we’d be able to do. He has a good feel for offense, in general. He understands why you’re doing things, so he was able to pick it up, kept working on it and has done well."
Cobb felt the love:
"That’s big. That’s humbling, to know that my teammates have that much trust in me and they believe in me that much," Cobb said. "Like I’ve always said, whenever you’re getting praise from your teammates and the coaching staff, nothing can be better than that. So that’s big, that’s huge for me. I didn’t know that he said that. That shows the confidence they have in me.