Randall Cobb, who returned an 80-yard punt for a touchdown Monday night, has the speed and moves to make special teams tacklers miss, but can he be an effective wide receiver? Cobb, who has returned a kickoff and punt for a touchdown through Week 10, is guaranteed playing time as the Packers' return specialist. On the Packers offense, however, the rookie out of Kentucky finds himself down on the depth chart, behind a crowded and talented wide receiver corps. Cobb has made the most out of his opportunities on offense this year, catching 11 passes for 187 yards, and one touchdown. Although he hasn't been targeted often, Cobb has an impressive catch rate of 83 percent. He has fumbled twice. Like his NFC North counterpart in Chicago, the Bears' Devin Hester makes his living primarily returning kicks. Hester, who scored his 17th return touchdown of his career Sunday against the Lions, is possibly bound for the Hall of Fame, solely on his returning talents. He hasn't made much of an impact in three years as a wide receiver with the Bears. Cobb, who had his speed questioned before entering the NFL draft, has proved naysayers wrong so far in 2011. Whether Cobb gets to use his talents at wide receiver remains to be seen as Aaron Rodgers has many weapons to choose from. If Cobb doesn't get many opportunities at wide receiver in the next few years, he definitely has found a home as the Packers return specialist.