The 2019/2020 NFL season has concluded, and with that, so has fantasy football. I will take one player from the Packers and break down the season they had. This is the breakdown of Davante Adams fantasy season.
What Happened in 2018?
*Note* These stats are based off of PPR (Point Per Reception) scoring.
Davante Adams had a monster 2018/2019 season. Finishing the season with 111 receptions for 1386 yards and 13 touchdowns, Adams was the second overall highest scoring wide receiver. He did lead the receivers in points per game, but ended up missing week 17 which hurt his total points.
When things were going wrong with the offense, Adams showed that he was one of the best receivers in the game. He was second in the league in targets (169) and had 18 receptions that went 20+ yards. Adams didn’t have a single weekly finish with less then 16 fantasy points. That mix of talent and opportunity make for a dominant fantasy season.
2019 Fantasy Season
Davante Adams entered 2019 as the second rated fantasy wide receiver. His average draft position (ADP) was pick seven overall. He followed up his career year in 2018 with an up and down 2019. He started off the season averaging 12.6 points per game through his first three games.
In week four he had 30 fantasy points, but suffered a turf toe injury in the game. After missing the next four games, Davante came back and tore up the league. He averaged 19.2 points per game over the final eight games. In that stretch, he put up 619 yards and five touchdowns.
What To Expect For 2020
There is no question about Davante Adams and the chemistry he has with quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Adams has had at least 10 touchdowns in the last three seasons that he’s played at least 14 games. As long as Adams and Rodgers stay healthy, you can count on 1,200+ yards and 10+ touchdowns.