3. Davante Adams
Stat line: 10 catches, 121 yards, 2 TDs
What can I say about Davante Adams that hasn’t already been said? He is having, in my opinion, the most dominant season of any Green Bay Packers receiver in recent memory.
Teams know the ball is coming his way and yet there is nothing they can do to stop him.
Against a familiar foe in Darius Slay, Adams showed him why he should be happy he doesn’t have to line up across from him twice a year. From the slot, out wide, up close on the goal line, it did not matter, Adams did whatever he wanted to do.
Adams also scored for the seventh consecutive game, tying the Packers record held by Don Hutson, the only other receiver I can think of who has been this dominant for the Packers. With his second score of the game, Adams was a part of history catching Aaron Rodgers’ 400th touchdown pass.
Adams now has 84 catches and 1,029 yards to go with a career-high-tying 13 touchdowns. With four games left, Adams could set new career-highs (111 catches, 1,386 yards) in every category despite missing two games this season because of injury.
All Adams will have to do is average seven catches and 90 yards a game with only one more touchdown to break those marks. At this pace, something he could do easily.