Aaron Rodgers is starting his new life in the Tri-state area, as he participates in voluntary OTAs for his new team, New York Jets.
He is joined by familiar faces from his past few years with the Green Bay Packers, including offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett and wide receivers Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb.
Looking at Cobb’s stats and the fact that he’s 32 years old, one would think he won’t be a part of anything Jest can accomplish this fall and winter.
But Rodgers says he feels Cobb still has a lot of game left.
Rodgers on Cobb: “I like Randall … I still feel like he’s got a lot left in the tank.” He is the godfather to Cobb’s second child. #Jets
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) May 23, 2023
In his early years, Cobb was once a great student who recorded 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns while making the Pro Bowl in 2014.
But he has slowed down over the past few years, managing just 417 yards and one touchdown last season with Green Bay.
However, Rodgers has done a good job of targeting Cobb over the last two seasons, as he has had an impressive 90.7 QBR in such situations.
R. Cobb hasn’t put up big numbers in recent years, but the connection to Rodgers is still strong. Over the past 2 seasons, Rodgers has posted a 90.7 QBR while targeting Cobb, his second-highest QBR targeting a single player behind Davante Adams (90.8). @ESPNStatsInfo #Jets
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) May 4, 2023
The Jets may have the talent to fight for a spot in the Super Bowl, especially thanks to a defense that was fourth in points and yards allowed last season, but the downside is that several other teams in the conference do the same. .
In their groups alone, they will have to deal with the Buffalo Bills, who agreed to win the world championship at the beginning of last season, and the Miami Dolphins, a team with title goals.
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