The Green Bay Packers pulled out a victory against the San Francisco 49ers in what turned out to be an offensive shootout...just like everyone expected.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was able to work his way down the field and allow Mason Crosby to kick the game-winning field goal to improve Green Bay's record to 3-2-1.
For Davante Adams, winning is the most important thing for him, but he'd prefer if every week wasn't absolutely bonkers.
Davante Adams: "Winning is all that matters but definitely don't want to have a heart attack each week." https://t.co/s71aaWbD26— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) October 16, 2018
We're sure Packers fans share that feeling.
Green Bay did have one easy victory this season, and that was a 22-0 win over the Bills in Week Week 4. However, the Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 24-23 in the season opener, tied the Vikings in a pretty crazy affair, nearly came back from a huge deficit against the Lions last week, and beat the 49ers 33-30 on Monday night.
The Packers appear to have everything clicking, with Adams serving as the focal point in the offense, complemented by Randall Cobb, Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, J'Mon Moore, and Equanimeous St. Brown. Against San Francisco, Adams caught 10 passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns.
Aaron Rodgers & Davante Adams put on a show on Monday night. 燎 pic.twitter.com/PeP1FpHrap— theScore (@theScore) October 16, 2018
Adams may not get his wish for some easy victories because after their Week 7 bye the Packers' first two opponents are the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots.