2. Geronimo Allison
If Adams is unable to go, Geronimo Allison will be the elder statesman in the receiving corps. Therefore, he will be the one Rodgers looks for to get the passing game going.
Allison scored his second touchdown of the season last week against the Eagles and showed his toughness with a difficult catch on the play before. The Packers are going to need more of that this week.
Allison won’t do it all by himself though. Marquez Valdes-Scantling and the other receivers will all need to come together to make up for the loss of Adams. But, Allison is the one with the most experience with Rodgers and will probably be the one LaFleur moves around the way he did Adams.
Allison isn’t a burner but showed last season he can get behind the defense with savvy route-running and has reliable hands. So far, Allison’s season hasn’t started the way 2018 did but in all fairness, the offense, in general, hasn’t gotten the start they would like.
If the Packers would like to keep the momentum they built in the passing game against the Eagles, Allison is going to have to play a large role. He needs to be the chain-mover and go-to guy for Rodgers in the wide receiving corps.