The Green Bay Packers’ next opponent will be against the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday night road in Week 5. Green Bay could potentially put Las Vegas’s season on the ropes with a win. Raiders’ top offensive players, running back Josh Jacobs and wide receiver Davante Adams, have expressed their frustration with losing.
Las Vegas already has three losses this season, and a fourth loss would make this even boil some more. Jacobs told the media:
“I’m tired of losing. Just keep it 100…I’m tired of f-king losing.”
As for wide receiver Davante Adams, the former Green Bay Packers star can very well be on the trade market come the October 31 NFL trade deadline. Adams also told the media:
“I don’t got time to wait around.”
The Green Bay Packers caught the Las Vegas Raiders at the perfect timing, and trading Josh Jacobs and Davante Adams is definitely on the table
Jacobs will have an expiring contract at the end of the season. The Raiders appear they don’t want to give him a long-term contract. There are some teams that would be willing to acquire him after being the NFL’s leading rusher a season ago. He is one of the most talented running backs in the NFL.
The Packers run defense has been a problem for the first four weeks of the regular season and maybe he can audition off for some teams on Monday night. Teams like the Baltimore Ravens and the Miami Dolphins could use a running back like Jacobs.
As for Davante Adams, he has a tricky contract situation. Adams can get out of his contract after next season, but if that doesn’t happen, he will become an unrestricted free agent after the 2026 season, according to Spotrac. One of the teams interested in him is the Baltimore Ravens, but the Green Bay Packers have also been rumored to get him back.
Las Vegas can get a ton of draft picks back for these two players if they trade them both. They already traded away tight end Darren Waller to the New York Giants during the offseason. If the Green Bay Packers beat the Las Vegas Raiders this Monday night, a firesale for those two players and much more almost feels inevitable at this point.