Jimmy Graham was a nonfactor in his green and gold debut, while the Packers' three drafted rookie wideouts combined for more healthy scratches (1) than catches (0). The temptation might be to say that the (too) early returns on Brian Gutekunst's revamping of the Packers' pass-catching corps are bleak.

Perhaps. But at least for one week, the decision to jettison Jordy Nelson and retain Randall Cobb certainly looks good. Cobb, of course, caught another game-winner against the rival Bears, a 75-yarder with the final 65 yards coming after the catch, serving as a reminder that despite his declining production the past three seasons, he still has some juice.

And even before ripping Chicago's heart out, he'd been productive. He finished with a game-high 10 targets, corralling nine, including 8-67 receiving prior to his crunch-time heroics. This is notable. Cobb, in his previous game with Rodgers, Week 14 last season, attracted 14 chances, parlayed into 7-84-1 receiving.

Are Cobb's salad days back (sorry)? That remains to be seen. But he figures to see plenty of still-green Vikings' first-rounder Mike Hughes in the slot in Week 2, perhaps with Hughes pulling double duty while shuffling inside and outside depending on Trae Waynes' status. Obviously Aaron Rodgers' status will also be of the utmost importance to monitor, but Cobb, believe it or not, is still only 28, plenty young to still have a renaissance in his future. If if were to come this season, when Nelson's departure again makes him Rodgers' most trusted confidant, it's off to a great start.

1. Antonio Brown, Steelers vs. Chiefs

2. Michael Thomas, Saints vs. Browns

3. Julio Jones, Falcons vs. Panthers

4. Tyreek Hill, Chiefs at Steelers

5. DeAndre Hopkins, Texans at Titans

6. Odell Beckham Jr., Giants at Cowboys

7. Mike Evans, Buccaneers vs. Eagles

8. Keenan Allen, Chargers at Bills

9. A.J. Green, Bengals vs. Ravens

10. Stefon Diggs, Vikings at Packers

11. Davante Adams*, Packers vs. Vikings

12. T.Y. Hilton, Colts at Washington

13. Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos vs. Raiders

14. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers vs. Chiefs

15. Adam Thielen, Vikings at Packers

16. Demaryius Thomas, Broncos vs. Raiders

17. Jarvis Landry, Browns at Saints

18. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals at Rams

19. Brandin Cooks, Rams vs. Cardinals

20. Corey Davis, Titans vs. Texans

21. Robert Woods, Rams vs. Cardinals

22. Nelson Agholor, Eagles at Bucs

23. Marvin Jones, Lions at 49ers

24. Robby Anderson, Jets vs. Dolphins

25. Kenny Stills, Dolphins at Jets

26. Allen Robinson, Bears vs. Seahawks

27. Jamison Crowder, Washington vs. Colts

28. Devin Funchess, Panthers at Falcons

29. Randall Cobb, Packers vs. Vikings

30. Pierre Garcon, 49ers vs. Lions

31. Sammy Watkins, Chiefs at Steelers

32. Brandon Marshall, Seahawks at Bears

33. Golden Tate, Lions at 49ers

34. Cooper Kupp, Rams vs. Cardinals

35. Quincy Enunwa, Jets vs. Dolphins

36. Amari Cooper, Raiders at Broncos

37. Kelvin Benjamin, Bills vs. Chargers

38. Michael Crabtree, Ravens at Bengals

39. Chris Hogan, Patriots at Jaguars

40. Ted Ginn, Saints vs. Browns

41. Dante Pettis, 49ers vs. Lions

42. Tyler Lockett, Seahawks at Bears

43. Kenny Golladay, Lions at 49ers

44. Keelan Cole, Jaguars vs. Patriots

45. Tyrell Williams, Chargers at Bills

46. DeSean Jackson, Bucs vs. Eagles

47. Mike Williams, Chargers at Bills

48. Dante Pettis, 49ers vs. Lions

49. Chris Godwin, Bucs vs. Eagles

50. John Brown, Ravens at Bengals

51. Cole Beasley, Cowboys vs. Giants

52. Sterling Shepard, Giants at Cowboys

53. Bruce Ellington, Texans at Titans

54. Phillip Dorsett, Patriots at Jaguars

55. John Ross, Bengals vs. Ravens

56. Mohamed Sanu, Falcons vs. Panthers

57. Albert Wilson, Dolphins at Jets

58. Willie Snead, Ravens at Bengals

59. Geronimo Allison, Packers vs. Vikings

60. Terrelle Pryor, Jets vs. Dolphins