Green Bay Packers: 10 most disappointing players in 2018

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10. Montravius Adams

Montravius Adams had a big preseason and a lot of hype surrounding him coming into the regular season. Throughout the exhibition season, his dominance was on full display both in practice and in the games. Unfortunately, that hasn’t translated to the regular season.

The 2017 third-round pick is on a rapidly growing list of early-round disappointments Ted Thompson drafted in his final few years as the Packers’ general manager. Adams has a grand total of one tackle and zero sacks so far this season.

Despite Muhammad Wilkerson ending his season early due to injury, Adams has been unable to crack the regular rotation. His physical traits would make it seem like he’s a natural fit for the Packers’ line, but he hasn’t lived up to the hype. Instead, a player like Dean Lowry has showed out and made a name for himself as a regular contributor. Even though the book is written on Adams yet, he’s running out of time.