Quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a positive reception of the new playbook thus far. Now, wide receiver Davante Adams spoke glowingly of the "electrifying" offense during his interview on "The Jim Rome Show."
"A lot of big play potential," Adams said. "Obviously with the guys we have, the quarterback we have, the running backs we have, just all around, the tight ends, we have some special players. To be in a system where we’re exposed to a lot of different things where we can get the ball in space. I see a lot of potential in that in these coming years."
The Packers have entered the new generation in terms of offensive play-calling. Under previous head coach Mike McCarthy, Green Bay's offense was ranked 12th in the entire league, but it didn't yield the desired wins.
Even so, Adams had a strong 2018 campaign, where he caught 111 passes (sixth among receivers) for 1,386 yards (seventh) and 13 touchdowns (second). As a result of those strong numbers, Adams was named to the Pro Bowl.
If Adams posted those numbers under McCarthy, Packers fans should be excited at the thought of what he can do with Matt LaFleur as his head coach.