Packers: Davante Adams featured in Top 100 catch rankings three times

Green Bay Packers, Davante Adams (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Davante Adams (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

Davante Adams made some spectacular catches throughout the season as the Green Bay Packers dominated on offense.

Many of his catches were among the best seen around the league all year.

The NFL has ranked the top 100 catches from the 2020 season on their YouTube channel. The Packers feature three times in the video, and all three catches belonged to Davante Adams.

Adams’ connection with Aaron Rodgers is second to none and the two combined for 18 touchdowns this past season. But even when Adams wasn’t finding the end zone, he was making great catches week after week.

The first catch to make the Top 100 comes in at No. 52. It was an impressive 32-yard reception in the Packers’ blowout victory over the Tennessee Titans. With the game already in the bag late in the fourth quarter and Green Bay trying to put the icing on the cake, Rodgers looked Adams’ way on a third-and-10.

The defender had decent coverage on Adams, but Rodgers dropped the ball in the perfect spot down the sideline where Adams could stretch out and make an incredible catch. The catch ended any hopes for the Titans making a miracle comeback.

At No. 74 in the rankings comes Adams’ 24-yard touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings in the season opener. It was Adams’ first of 18 touchdown catches on the year.

With the game close at 8-7 in favor of Green Bay, Rodgers rolled to his right and fired a laser into the end zone. Adams stood still and held onto the ball while keeping his feet in bounds. It was a vintage Rodgers play and an equally good catch from Adams.

At No. 81 in the rankings is another catch from the Titans game, this time a seven-yard touchdown. The Packers led 12-0 and had first-and-goal from the seven. It was yet another example of the great connection between these two and it set the Packers on their way to a huge win.

What’s your favorite catch from the 2020 season?