Randall Cobb gave his teammates quite the scare yesterday.
The Green Bay Packers' receiver thought he had been seriously injured during Sunday's win over the New York Giants, after being crushed by Giants' safety Landon Collins.
"Got folded up like a lawn chair," Cobb said, according to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “I laid there for a second. Then I turned over and, like, I had 15 faces in front of me. So I thought I had died or something. They kind of scared me more than anything. Yeah, I took a shot, and it hurt, but whenever I saw everybody standing around me, I thought I had died. And then I felt, I saw I could move my fingers and my feet. So I knew it was all right."
Cobb was unharmed by the hit, with the 13-yard grab sealing the Packers' win.
After a slow start to the season, Cobb broke out against the Giants. His nine grabs for 108 yards nearly matched his numbers over the first three games (12 receptions, 132 yards).
"I thought Randall was excellent. He was a primary target through a number of different packages. And he delivered," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. "I thought he had a heck of a night."
Source: The Green Bay Press-Gazette · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press