Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb is a multi-talented guy. He returns kicks, returns punts, works as a receiver and he also works out of the backfield. Cobb has been positioned behind the offensive line on a handful of snaps through a quarter-and-a-half of football on Thursday night.
On one play, he looked like he hurt his shoulder, but was back on the field in a flash. In the second quarter, Cobb burst out of the backfield for a 28-yard run that put the Packers on the Bears' 11-yard line, a ray of offense in what's been a defensive battle featuring more sacks than points.
Check out Cobb's 28-yard run.
Watch it again for good measure and imagine Yakety Sax playing in your head ... because it's in speedy motion, get it?
Cobb was on plenty of people's radar Thursday afternoon as a potential breakout player. If this game is ever going to break wide open, it could be thanks to Cobb's wheels.