2. One injury away from disaster.
Adams is the undezputed number one receiving option on the roster. Behind him, Jimmy Graham is likely second, followed by Cobb. Ty Montgomery might then be a distant fourth if he can earn himself consistent playing time at running back.
However, if Adams goes down with an injury and misses any time at all, the Packers are sinking in the deep end. As great as Rodger is, even he may not be able to carry this roster without Adams.
Cobb was once a 1200 yard and 12 touchdown receiver, but hasn’t surpassed 900 yards since 2014. Graham was also a 1200 yard receiver in his own right (twice), but is now on the wrong side of 30. Also, he only hauled in 520 receiving yards last season with Russel Wilson at the helm.
Bryant would provide some much-needed insurance at the receiver spot and ensure Green Bay can thrive even with an injury to Adams. Given Adams’ concussion history, it’s scary to think about him being the lone proven receiver on this roster.