Las Vegas Raiders’ wide receiver Davante Adams is one of the best wideouts in the entire NFL.

That has been the case for quite some time now. A narrative arrived with him in Las Vegas, though. Some people believed that Adams could not continue his elite production away from Packers’ QB Aaron Rodgers.

It didn’t make sense then, and it doesn’t make sense now.

Adams is proving that he can produce with any quarterback at the helm. He certainly wasn’t a product of Rodgers.

Adams and Raiders’ QB Derek Carr have had a special relationship since college. It is paying off as Adams is having arguably his best season of his career so far.

That seems a bit surprising, right? It is the truth, though.

From his production, he is on pace to possibly set career highs this season with his new quarterback on the Raiders.

With nearly 1,000 yards and double digit TDs, Adams is one of the most productive receivers in the NFL once again.

He is the most talented player on the Raiders’ offense alongside Josh Jacobs.

In Green Bay, Adams had just three seasons with more than 110 receptions (111, 115, 123). He only had one year with more than 1,544 yards (1,553). Adams also had just one campaign with the Packers with more than 15 TDs (18).

Adams continues to prove the doubters wrong.

Hopefully, the Raiders can continue to improve over the last third of the season and gain momentum for next year.

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