Chicago Bears: Game of Thrones NFC North player comps (Part 1)

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Randall Cobb – WR, Cowboys (Jaime Lannister)

The only Lannister that seems to have an adoration for Tyrion Lannister is his brother, Jaime. Jaime is known for his good looks and skill as a swordsman. He is most known though for being the “Kingslayer”. He was the one who put an end to Aerys Targaryen, the “Mad King”, during Robert Baratheon’s rebellion. Kingslayer is a nickname that Jaime grows tired of quickly though.

Jaime Lannister is driven by his passion for his sister and love for his family. He is also highly concerned with how people view him. His vanity is not a great trait, but he is an excellent combatant and feared by his enemies. Jaime was the youngest knight ever appointed to the Kingsguard and eventually becomes Commander.

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I know Randall Cobb is no longer in the NFC North, but as a Bears fan, Cobb is known as the Bears killer. Too many times he has come up with a big play or game to cause the Bears misery. The fact that he plays for the rival Packers makes things even worse. Cobb has had some great seasons for Green Bay. He has also been plagued by injuries and rarely plays all 16 games.

Throughout Jaime Lannister’s journey, he too takes on an injury. One that will live with him for the rest of his life. He learns to overcome it and I believe Randall Cobb will overcome moving on from Green Bay to the Dallas Cowboys. It is fairly obvious that Randall Cobb is the Bearslayer of the NFC North just as Jaimie Lannister was the Kingslayer of Westeros.