Green Bay Packers: Predicting wide receiver stats for 2018

GREEN BAY, WI - SEPTEMBER 24: Geronimo Allison
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CHARLOTTE, NC – DECEMBER 17: Davante Adams
CHARLOTTE, NC – DECEMBER 17: Davante Adams /

Davante Adams

As no surprise, Davante Adams is at the top of this list because he will be the Green Bay Packers’ most productive wide receiver in 2018. Adams is the best receiver Aaron Rodgers will be throwing to this year.

Having just signed a new contract last season, Adams now has to live up to it. As the number two wide receiver for the Packers for the past few years, he has had decent seasons. Adams is yet to hit 1,000 yards, but he’s had two double-digit touchdown seasons.

Adams has a lot of potential, and now that he is Rodgers’ new go-to guy in Green Bay, look for Adams to produce eye-popping numbers. Numbers that will make his fantasy team owners very happy. Stats that are very similar to what Jordy Nelson put up in his prime years with the Packers.

If Rodgers is healthy all season, Adams should put up around 1,300 yards, about 12 touchdowns and over 100 catches. Adams’ touchdown numbers will be the highest on the team, alongside new acquisition, tight end Jimmy Graham.

The air raid in Green Bay will be back in full force, and with production from these five receivers and others, Rodgers should be in the mix for another MVP season.

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Prediction: 1,300 receiving yards, 12 touchdowns