In 22 games in the last two seasons with a healthy Aaron Rodgers, Adams has averaged 6.5 receptions for 81 yards and 0.86 touchdowns per game. Those numbers would have been good enough for a No. 1 positional finish in 2017 and a No. 6 finish last year. The only question mark with Adams heading into 2019 is the arrival of Matt LaFleur and a new offense. Adams should continue to be the centerpiece of the passing attack, but the offense may look to spread the ball around more than in recent years.