Davante Adams is excited to join a Las Vegas Raiders crew that boasts plenty of weapons. With Derek Carr under center and the likes of running back Josh Jacobs, tight end Darren Waller and wideout Hunter Renfrow ready to score, Adams see a “pick-your-poison” kind of offense with the team.

Despite his arrival, though, Adams doesn’t want Carr to feel the pressure of needing to throw the ball at him every time. He is more than confident about their offense, and while he is undoubtedly the Raiders’ biggest acquisition this offseason, he wants to play winning football.

The former Green Bay Packers wideout is also confident that he and Carr can replicate their college connection. To recall, Adams had 233 catches for over 3000 yards and 38 touchdowns when Carr was his QB in Fresno State.

“I’m a secure wide receiver, so at the end of the day, I know what I bring. I told Derek [Carr], don’t feel any pressure to force me the ball or nothing, you don’t have to try to please the media, please anybody, let’s just go out there and do this thing like how we did before. Put together a pretty good resume in college together. This ain’t college, but we still got that connection, so I’m looking forward to putting it on display,” Adams shared, per Yahoo Sports.

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The Raiders’ offense certainly look scarier now with Derek Carr getting another reliable option in Davante Adams. Of course only time will tell if the improved Las Vegas franchise will succeed, but they certainly put themselves in a good position to do that.

For what it’s worth, the AFC West definitely looks like the toughest division in the NFL. Aside from the Kansas City Chiefs led by Patrick Mahomes, the Raiders are also facing a Los Angeles Chargers squad poised to break out with Justin Herbert leading the way, as well as a Denver Broncos team that retooled this offseason starting with the trade for Russell Wilson.

Adams is well aware of the challenge that awaits, but he is ready to embrace it and show the world that the Raiders are the real deal.

“This is the best division in football right now. It would be hard not to say that even if I was still in Green Bay right now,” Adams furthered. “It’s loaded. It’s not going to be easy, but it’s definitely something I’m looking forward to. I’m always looking for a challenge. The Chargers added a few more pieces, obviously, we’re stacked over here, so it’s exciting to see what’s ahead. I’m looking forward to it.”