PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush presents his weekly report on the Packers' 2011 rookie class.
Maybe we should change the name of this app feature to the "Cobb Report." Until further notice, it looks like the second-round wide receiver/return specialist out of Kentucky will be the only Packers rookie providing any kind of an impact.
Cobb's impact was not as great in Week Two as it was in his electrifying two-TD debut in the Packers' season-opening victory over the Saints. But in limited action, he made things happen. On his first of two catches for 25 yards, he made the defender miss on a 12-yard reception. On special teams, he had only two returns, both on kickoffs, for 24 yards.
As for the Packers' other rookies, sixth-round pick D.J. Smith and the undrafted Jamari Lattimore each had a special-teams tackle. Seventh-rounder Ryan Taylor pitched in with a special-teams assist.