The Divisional Tour started on Saturday afternoon with the best one-on-one match: Green Bay Packers successor Davante Adams (Davante Adams) vs. Los Angeles Rams corner (Jalen Ramsey).
Both are the culmination of their work.
Adams is a red zone monster, leading the NFL in the TD relay. Despite missing two games, he ranked second in receiving games with 115 points and ranked fifth with 1,374 points per game. At the same time, Ramsey is the highest corner of the league, ranking first in the number of catches allowed when being aimed, the least number of yards allowed, and sixth in the abandoned TD.
Before the showdown in Lambeau on Saturday, Adams said he admired the top corner of the NFL but focused on his game.
“I respect Jalen̵
Although Ramsey tends to talk, Adams did not play in the round.
“With Jaylen,” Adams said, “I don’t know how much conversation will happen. To be honest, I don’t see much conversation. It may get a little fancy from time to time, but I “have respected him.” Based on our previous conversations, I am sure that he also respects me. So it will not be disrespect or doing nothing, but it may become very enthusiastic. “
Adams’ confidence comes from the fact that he is better than any catcher currently participating in the NFL game to get rid of the faceoff. This innate ability allows the star pioneers to blow through corners before reaching him and ruining the timing of the game. This is why he is the deadliest red zone receiving weapon.
Adams believes that getting off the car will enable him to have a one-on-one matchup with Ramsey.
Adams said: “This is basically rooted in my confidence and my way of playing.” “Some people decide or change their way of playing according to their game state, but this may still bring them success, but my The game is like I said, in the driver’s seat.”
The highest level of the two players is not on the chart.
According to the professional football focus, Ramsey allows 33 CBs to receive the least coverage code (309) in the regular season and make more than 500 captures. He also allowed 50.0% coverage this season, including the playoffs (TFL ranks second in the NFL with a minimum of 50 goals).