Cobb had a fantastic year with 80 catches for 954 yards and eight TDs in 15 games. Cobb also leads the league in all-purpose yards. He will still retain his lead on the season for all-purpose yards, barring Adrian Peterson hanging 300 yards on the Pack.
The Packers are getting healthier, though, with Jordy Nelson coming back from his hamstring injury and Greg Jennings maintaining his health. Aaron Rodgers has utilized Cobb quite a bit this year and he said he's "always open," but the loss of Cobb shouldn't have any noticeable impact as Rodgers looks to carve up a vulnerable Minnesota secondary.
James Jones should see still a lot of snaps on the outside with Greg Jennings likely to move into the slot on three-wide sets. Cobb should be considered questionable for the Packers first postseason game.