Packers’ Davante Adams says he’s feeling ‘3 million percent better’ after toe injury
Davante Adams showed on Sunday that he appears to be in better health for the Green Bay Packers. Following his impressive performance in Week 10, Adams says he is feeling ‘three-million percent better‘ after his toe injury.
Back in Week 4 against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Packers’ go-to wide receiver sustained a toe injury that caused him to exit the game. Before making an early exit, Adams was amid his best outing of the season with 10 receptions for 180 yards.
Unfortunately, the toe injury for Adams caused him to miss a month of action. Then, last week, Adams was able to finally make his return to the field versus the Los Angeles Chargers.
While it was a positive development to have back in the offense, Adams looked like a shell of himself with seven receptions for 41 yards. But after getting another week to recover, the Pro-Bowl wide receiver was back to being his dominant self on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
Adams finished the game with seven receptions for 118 yards as the Packers won the game 24-16. The health of Adams will definitely be crucial for Green Bay as the season continues to wind down.
Outside of Adams, the duo of Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Geronimo Allison has been extremely inconsistent. Therefore, it would be great for Aaron Rodgers to get the version of Adams that we saw in Week 10.
The bye week for the Packers comes at a perfect time in Week 11, giving Adams yet another week to get his toe even healthier.
The 26-year-old wide receiver will remain in Green Bay to continue treatment on his turf toe injury.