Davante Adams has a ton of talent, we saw that on display in 2018 when he topped the wide receiver charts in fantasy football. He also consistently receives one of the highest target shares in the NFL, as Aaron Rodgers' main weapon in the passing game.
Adams' problem has always been health. Last season he had a nagging bout with turf toe, and now in 2020 it's his hamstring that could sideline him for Sunday Night Football against the New Orleans Saints.
Davante Adams Week 3 Fantasy Outlook
For fantasy managers, these Sunday or Monday night game-time decisions are always the toughest calls to make. If you leave Adams in your lineup and he doesn't play (or plays but re-injures himself early), you'll probably have little to no options left to replace him. If you bench him and he does play, you risk losing one of your biggest stars for Week 3.
It's already tricky, and there's more to this situation than a simple doubtful injury tag. Adams is also going to go up against Marshon Lattimore of the Saints, one of the top shadow corners in all of football. The combination of those two factors are certainly enough to pass on Davante in Week 3.
If you are one of the wise ones that has a backup like Allen Lazard or Marquise Valdes-Scantling on your bench behind Adams, maybe you can wait this one out up until game-time. If your replacement options are in action earlier on Sunday afternoon however, the smart move is to play it safe this time and hope the Green Bay Packers star is good for Week 4.
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