Randall Cobb has been a staple of success in the NFL for a decade now.
Earlier on Sunday, the former Kentucky Wildcat legend made it into the endzone for the first time as a member of the Houston Texas after hauling in this gorgeous 28-yard dart from QB Deshaun Watson for a touchdown. It marked the first passing touchdown of the season for Watson.
Randall Cobb is a heartbreaker. pic.twitter.com/WyIbK8sNoQ
— Nick Roush (@RoushKSR) September 27, 2020
With his 45th career touchdown reception, Cobb is now one of just four players (Emmanuel Sanders, Jimmy Graham, and Greg Olsen) over the last decade who have caught a pass for a score in each of the previous 10 seasons, according to the Texans’ PR Department. He spent the first eight years of his career in Green Bay with the Packers, who drafted him in the 2nd round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Cobb played for the Dallas Cowboys a season ago, recording 55 receptions for 828 yards and three touchdowns, before the Texans offered him a three-year, $27 million deal this past April.
Cobb’s touchdown on Sunday was also the 42nd of his career that came after lining up out of the slot position, the most in the NFL by any player since 2011. Here’s to another decade of success for Cobb.