In the seventh week of professional football, no player scored higher than Green Bay Parks’ successor, Davant Adams.
Adams scored 13 passes in Sunday’s Packers 35-20 victory over the Houston Texans, setting a career high of 196 yards, and scoring two points. His overall score was 93.7 points, at least 20 snapshots of the player with the highest score in the field in week 7.
This result is also a career high for Adams, beating last year’s performance when beating the Seattle Seahawks in the playoffs.
Adams was almost unstoppable, dropped three-thirds, and caught Aaron Rogers’ four touchdown passes. After catching the ball, he went for 97 yards and captured 92.9% of the catchable targets, averaging 1
Of his 13 catches, 10 have created a starter or touchdown. Six of the 13 players got 15 yards or more, which is also the professional record for a single game.
Seven weeks later, Adams had an overall score of 90.5 in 2020, second only to Viking rookie Justin Jefferson and second in the NFL.
Despite missing 2.5 games due to injury, Adams still had 449 receiving yards and 4 points.
Packers center Corey Linsley and right back Lucas Patrick joined PFF’s “Best Team of the Week” in Week 7.