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Randall Cobb catches touchdowns, watches “The X-Factor”

Sundays are just better since Randall Cobb entered the league. Despite only being targeting four times, Cobb made the most of his opportunities against Indianapolis, racking up eighty-two yards, including a thirty-one yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers in the second quarter. Check out the highlight above.

When he’s not moving up the Green Bay depth chart, Cobb is also trying his hand at blogging. Earlier this season, we posted a link to his first entry for, a men’s lifestyle website. Since then, he’s added another post, focusing on his love for music. Cobb says that if he could, he’d trade his talent on the field for talent in the studio:

Now, one thing that inspires me on and off the field is music. It has the capability to express your emotions when you don’t have the words to describe how you feel at times. I grew up in Alcoa, Tennessee listening to gospel music, my grandmother had me in church from when I was a child. I thought I had a good voice back then–now, like most people, it’s just singing in the shower or badly with earphones on! I wish I could sing, I’ve thought I’d trade my athletic abilities to be able to sing, man! Being a pro athlete is something special, but singing is something else.

Cobb’s favorite artists are Alicia Keys, Drake, Beyonce, and KYFinis, who works with 2Chainz. Also, if he could meet one person in the music industry, it would be…Demi Lovato from “The X Factor.” At least it’s not Britney?

Keep making us proud, Randall.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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4 Comments for Randall Cobb catches touchdowns, watches “The X-Factor”

  1. CAKE
    4:25 pm October 8, 2012 Permalink

    Matt jones is becoming too arrogant for his own good. His ego is almost as large as his head. He is too direspectful to callers and people like Mike Pratt and Oscar. He is becoming more and more a mouthpiece for Mitch and needs to accept that. Know your role!

  2. MemphisCat
    4:26 pm October 8, 2012 Permalink

    I sure miss Cobb on the field for the Cats, I keep waiting on another player to step up and become the leader. It could be one of the hurt players, we might not know this year.

  3. paducahfan
    4:53 pm October 8, 2012 Permalink

    2 – Not just a leader, but one who can play like him too. But I agree with the leader part.

  4. spookykim
    6:59 pm October 8, 2012 Permalink

    I was a Packer fan before Randall was on the team, but now I’m a diehard fan! Love to watch him! Go Randall! Go Pack!