Randall Cobb Says Packers Must Stick Together


Through nine games, the Green Bay Packers are sitting with a record of (4-5). This is the worst start in franchise history since 2008, which was Aaron Rodgers first season as the full-time signal caller.

With Green Bay’s playoff streak of seven consecutive appearances up in the air, wide receiver Randall Cobb has a simple message.

“That’s the most important thing,” wide receiver Randall Cobb said Tuesday, via PackersNews.com. “There are things outside of our room that try to separate us, that try to pull us away from each other, that try to break the bond that we have that was created throughout the season. But we must stick together. That’s the only thing that we can do that’s going to get us wins. The more we point fingers, the more that people start doubting us, the worse off we’re going to be. So we just have to stick together and not let the outside noise change what we believe.”

Green Bay travels to the nation’s capital this weekend to face the Redskins.

Source: NFL

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