Those are just some of the words that have been used to describe multi-dimensional Packers' playmaker Randall Cobb.
Cobb currently leads the NFL in combined net yards with 2,241, which is more than 200 more yards than Minnesota's Adrian Peterson. Entering Sunday's showdown with the Tennessee Titans the Packers WR, KR, PR, and sometimes RB is only 10 yards shy of setting a new Packers single season record for all-purpose yards set in 2003 by Packers RB Ahman Green.
"There have been so many great players to come through here," Cobb said Wednesday. "It's definitely an honor to be mentioned with those names, but I am a championship guy. I'm worried about championships. Records can be broken, but you can't take championships away."
The second year player has been a "Swiss army knife" type player for the Packers, leading the team in receptions with 77 and receiving yards with 892. Cobb also averages more than 13 yards per carry, and is second in the NFL in kickoff return average and seventh in punt return average.
Even though they took different roads o reach the record, Green who works as an analyst for Local 5, says he appreciates what Cobb stands for.
"For a player like Randall and myself, we are team players," Green said Wednesday. "We are trying to help the team win at any cost. Special teams, punt, kickoff, running the ball, being a receiver, whatever. You have to be a jack of all trades."
But the list of players who can impact the game in as many ways as Cobb is a short one. Maybe even more impressively, he's becoming the go-to receiver for Aaron Rodgers as evidenced Sunday when Cobb converted three big third downs, and one fourth down.
"He's an incredible player, he conducts himself the right way," Rodgers said Wednesday. "He really stands for everything you want a Packer player to stand for."
After Sunday Cobb could stand alone in the Packers record book in one major category, and the organization hopes he is just cracking the surface of what he can accomplish.