|ADP:||Round: 1, Pick: 6|
|Team:||Green Bay Packers|
|Ht / Wt:||6'1" / 212 lb.|
|Born:||December 24, 1992|
|Drafted:||2014 / Rd. 2 (53)|
Adams recorded nine receptions on 15 targets for 67 yards and a touchdown in the Packers' loss in the NFC Championship Game.
Analysis: As has become the norm, Adams saw a multitude of targets -- accounting for 31 percent of Aaron Rodgers' pass attempts. He turned that into a decent statistical performance, but was held to 15 yards or fewer on all of his receptions. Despite not being able to work deep, he did haul in a two-yard touchdown reception in the midst of a dramatic comeback attempt. Adams will head into the final year of his contract in 2021 and should return to form as a top receiver remaining paired with Rodgers.
Adams recorded nine receptions on 10 targets for 66 yards and a touchdown in the Packers' divisional-round win over the Rams.
Analysis: Adams delivered in a much anticipated matchup with cornerback Jalen Ramsey. Despite the tough draw, Adams was targeted 10 times, and he's now commanded double-digit targets in five of his last six contests. He beat Ramsey early in the second quarter for a one-yard reception to notch the Packers' first touchdown of the game. Adams also chipped in bigger gains, the' longest of which went for 21-yards and helped set up a field goal just before halftime. While the the matchup may not gain as much hype, Adams will draw another tough defense as the Packers will take on either the Saints or Buccaneers in the NFC Championship Game.
Adams caught all six of his targets for 46 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 35-16 win over the Bears.
Analysis: Adams didn't have a big game by his lofty standards, but he of course still managed to find the end zone. In doing so, he tied the Packers' franchise record with 18 touchdown receptions this season, and he also set a new team-best mark with 115 total catches. Remarkably, those totals came despite Adams missing two games due to injury. Arguably the NFL's best wide receiver, Adams will now have a week off before Green Bay hosts a divisional-round playoff game.
Adams racked up 11 receptions (12 targets) for 142 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 40-14 rout of the Titans.
Analysis: Sleet, snow and the Titans' secondary could not stop Adams from posting yet another monster fantasy performance on the national stage. The 28-year-old didn't even have his stats boosted by a particular big play, as his game high of a 32-yard reception showed that he and Aaron Rodgers consistently picked up big chunks of yardage throughout the cold winter night. This was Adams' seventh game with at least 100 yards and a touchdown this season, and he accomplished that in just 13 contests (missed two games to injury). If it wasn't for Alvin Kamara's ridiculous six-touchdown game, Adams would likely be named NFC Player of the Week. The good news for those hoping to get another chance to use the star wideout this regular season is that the Seahawks were also victors in Week 16, which gives the Packers something to play for (1st seed and bye) next week against the Bears.
Adams logged seven receptions on 10 targets for 42 yards in Week 15 against the Panthers.
Analysis: Adams got off to a hot start, recording 29 yards by the end of the Packers' second possession. However, the team jumped ahead 21-3, which limited Aaron Rodgers to only 10 second-half pass attempts and in turn suppressed Adams' ability to produce. Adams' stat line was further limited by his inability to find the end zone -- the first time he has failed to score since Week 6 -- and the fact that he was limited to working in short areas of the field. More positively, he should be in a bounceback spot in Week 16 against the Titans.
Adams corralled seven of 10 targets for 115 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 31-24 win against the Lions.
Analysis: Adams helped Green Bay pose a response to Detroit's opening-drive TD, demonstrating his elite skill set during a 56-yard jaunt. Not only did the three-time Pro Bowler outmaneuver cornerback Amani Oruwariye for the contested catch, but he also weaved past a trio of Lions defenders en route to his 14th score of the season. Adams currently holds an eight-game scoring streak, with an incredible 12 TDs since Week 7. Had he not missed three games in September and October because of a hamstring injury, Adams may be more seriously contending with Randy Moss' single-single receiving TD record of 23 (2007). With Aaron Rodgers under center, Adams is as matchup-proof as they come heading into a Week 15 matchup against the Panthers' 19th-ranked pass defense.
Adams caught 10 of 12 targets for 121 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 30-16 win over the Eagles.
Analysis: Aaron Rodgers' favorite receiver put together another huge performance, catching red-zone scores in the second and third quarters, with the second one giving his QB his 400th career passing TD. Adams now has 13 touchdowns in only 10 games this season, and Sunday's performance gave him his second career 1,000-yard campaign. He'll look to continue his rampage through opposition secondaries in Week 14 against a Lions defense that he strained his hamstring against in their first meeting back in Week 2.
Adams caught six passes (nine targets) for 61 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 41-25 win over the Bears.
Analysis: Aaron Rodgers dialed up his favorite target on the game's opening possession for a touchdown at the end of a methodical drive. Adams wasn't needed much after the hot start, as the Packers comfortably led by double-digits from the second quarter onward. The fantasy stud continues to inch closer to 100 percent after missing practices due to an ankle injury over the last three weeks. Adams' production hasn't been hampered by the nagging injury, as he's racked up a whopping nine touchdowns over a six-game scoring streak. The dominant duo in Green Bay will look to extend their touchdown streak to seven games against the Eagles on Sunday.
Adams (ankle) returned to practice Friday and will play in Sunday's game against the Bears, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: Adams followed the same routine last week, logging a single limited practice before catching seven passes for 106 yards and a touchdown in an overtime loss to the Colts. He'll face another tough defense this weekend, hoping to extend his TD streak to six games.
Adams (ankle) didn't practice Thursday, Olivia Reiner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: After logging a limited session Wednesday, Adams' only activity one day later was the team stretch. While Matt LaFleur will be "cautious" with the Packers' No. 1 wide receiver -- per Reiner -- the coach remains optimistic about Adams' prospects for Sunday's game versus the Bears. All of Allen Lazard (core), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (Achilles) and Equanimeous St. Brown (knee) were limited Thursday, so Green Bay's receiving corps is particularly banged up with just one practice remaining this week.
Adams (ankle) took part in Thursday's team stretch but didn't join his teammates outside for practice, Olivia Reiner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Prior to the session, coach Matt LaFleur told Reiner that "we're gonna be cautious" with his lingering ankle issue. As such, Adams could be listed as limited for a second practice in a row this week, but his activity level won't be official until the release of Thursday's injury report.
Adams (ankle) was limited at Wednesday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: After picking up an ankle injury Week 10 against the Jaguars, Adams sandwiched limited sessions around a DNP at Thursday's practice. Still, the issue didn't stop him from notching his fourth 100-yard effort and 10th touchdown of the season this past Sunday at Indianapolis. He'll look to do something similar this Sunday night against the Bears, assuming he gets past his health concern.
Adams recorded seven receptions on eight targets for 106 yards and a touchdown in Week 11 against the Colts.
Analysis: Adams didn't rack up his usual double-digit targets, but did make the most of his opportunity in all areas of the field. He found the end zone for his 10th touchdown of the campaign on a five-yard reception midway through the second quarter. While Marquez Valdes-Scantling maintained his role as the primary deep threat, Adams did also manage to log field-stretching receptions of 33, 20, 18 and 14 yards. Adams will face a stiff test in Week 12 against the Bears, though his target volume should help him overcome the poor matchup.
Adams (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Indianapolis, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: Adams was a limited participant Wednesday and a non-participant Thursday, but it's now clear the downgrade was inspired by caution rather than any type of setback. He should be ready for his usual role this weekend, facing a Colts defense that's allowed fewer touchdowns to wide receivers (eight) than Adams has scored on his own (nine).
Coach Matt LaFleur said Adams (ankle) "should be good to go" for Sunday's game in Indianapolis, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Adams was a limited practice participant Wednesday and a non-participant Thursday. It's still possible the Packers list him as questionable on their final injury report, but he should be ready to play come Sunday.
Adams (ankle) was held out of practice Thursday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: During the open part of practice, Adams took part in the team stretch but didn't join his teammates outside for drills, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. The result for Adams was no activity after logging a limited session Wednesday. The downgrade is concerning as the Packers inch closer to the weekend, but he still has one more chance to make an impression on the field before Sunday's game at Indianapolis.
Adams (ankle) was limited at Wednesday's practice, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Adams injured his ankle in the third quarter of this past Sunday's game against the Jaguars, but according to the wide receiver, he was able to persuade the Packers' training staff to let him back on the field, as he admitted to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette on Wednesday. Adams went on to record the game-winning touchdown in the final quarter, league-leading nine TD catches on the season (tied with Adam Thielen and Tyreek Hill). While "the idea" is for Adams to be out there again Sunday at Indianapolis, his availability likely hinges on him avoiding any setbacks as the week goes on.
Adams corralled eight of his 12 targets for 66 receiving yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 24-20 win against Jacksonville. He also lost one fumble.
Analysis: Adams was forced to briefly exit Sunday's contest in order to have his ankle evaluated by trainers, but he was able to return after one drive. The three-time Pro Bowler notched his ninth touchdown reception of the 2020 campaign with his fourth-quarter score from the arm of Aaron Rodgers, simultaneously pulling even with Greg Jennings for sixth all-time in TD receptions (53) in Packers franchise history. Adams' workload had been dominant entering Sunday, with double-digit targets in each of his preceding four outings. Against the Jaguars he attracted two times as many targets as Green Bay's No. 2 option. Week 11 presents a matchup against an Indianapolis defense that ranks fifth best in the NFL with a 62.2 percent completion rate allowed to opposing wideouts.
Adams (ankle) returned to Sunday's game against the Jaguars in the fourth quarter, Olivia Reiner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Adams missed a full drive while having his ankle evaluated, but the star receiver returned to action with a fresh tape job in his ankle as the Packers look to mount a comeback.
Adams is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Jaguars due to an ankle injury.
Analysis: For his standards, Adams has had a rough performance, hauling in seven of 11 passes for 60 yards and losing a fumble after one of those catches. At the point of his departure in the third quarter, he had his ankle taped and was seen stretching his leg on the sideline. In Adams' stead, the Packers are down to four available options at wide receiver (Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Equanimeous St. Brown, Malik Taylor and Juwann Winfree).
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