2. Davante Adams
Adams desperately needed to break out in the worst way coming off an injury-riddled 2015 campaign that saw the gifted, but error-prone receiver barely secure over 50-percent of his targets and average a dismal 9.7 yards per reception.
The 6-foot-2 wideout turned the corner in his third year by earning his quarterback’s trust by winning his battles in tight coverage and shaking off defenders on several slant patterns with his trademark suddenness.
Adams’ size and leaping ability made him a go-to receiver in the red zone, where he caught 9 of his 12 touchdowns with 5 coming inside the 10-yard line.
The rising playmaker has overtaken Randall Cobb as the No. 2 receiver, but is still susceptible to allowing the occasional catchable ball slip cleanly through his mitts.
The arrow is clearly pointing up and a 1,000-yard campaign should be in the offing barring any major injuries.