The Las Vegas Raiders don’t have a lot going on for them, but at least they can brag about having the best wide receiver in the game.
At least, that’s according to PFF, who recently chose Davante Adams as the undisputed No. 1 wideout ahead of next season, as well as the eighth-best player in the league as a whole.
Davante Adams: WR1 🗣️ pic.twitter.com/NJj2WTn7NA
— PFF (@PFF) July 21, 2023
That’s a lot to say, considering there are some other major studs at that position, such as Justin Jefferson, Cooper Kupp, and Ja’Marr Chase.
Then again, Adams is coming off a stellar season with Derek Carr as his quarterback, proving that his numbers with the Green Bay Packers weren’t just a fluke or a product of Aaron Rodgers’ undeniable greatness.
He’ll have a tougher time putting up big numbers in 2023, though, as Jimmy Garoppolo will enter the season with some question marks after many injury-riddled campaigns, not to mention the fact that he hasn’t exactly done his wideouts any favors in the recent past.
The Raiders could finish the season at the bottom of their division, granted that it’s one of the most competitive and stacked in the game.
Josh McDaniels’ work as a head coach has left a lot to be desired, and they’ll have to face the Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, and new-look Denver Broncos twice a year.
At least, they can always count on Adams to give them a big edge on every single route he runs, especially when he’s approaching the end zone.
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