WR 1: 2014 Jordy Nelson
You could pick just about any Jordy Nelson season to make the WR1 for this team, but his best year came in 2014. Nelson wasn’t a first-rounder in many fantasy drafts that year — his average draft position was in the second round, according to Fantasy Football Calculator — but he should’ve been.
Nelson caught 98 passes for 1,519 yards and 13 touchdowns. The Rodgers-to-Jordy connection was unstoppable all season long, and the two connected on seven touchdowns with a distance of 40 or more yards.
Nelson was unstoppable all season and a player you feared if your opponent had him in their starting lineup.
WR 2: 2018 Davante Adams
Double-digit touchdowns leads to a big fantasy season, and Davante Adams achieved this for the third straight year in 2018. And for the first time, he also had over 1,000 yards, finishing with a total of 1,386 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Adams’ consistency was even more impressive. According to FF Today, in half-point PPR scoring, Adams had at least 12.1 fantasy points in all 15 games he played last season.
Adams’ ability to get open and his dominance in the red zone made him almost impossible to stop for defensive backs, leading to a huge fantasy season.
It will be hard to find a much better wide receiver duo than this one.