Green Bay, WI - It was a big night for Packers wide receiver Davante Adams.
The two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver lit Pete Carroll's defense on fire in the NFC Divisional Round, racking up 160 yards and two touchdowns on only eight catches. Not only was Adams' production key in staving off the Seahawks with a 28-23 victory, but it also set a single-game franchise postseason record for receiving yards in the process.
"It reminds me of the connection that Jordy Nelson and I had for so many years," Rodgers said. "Some unspoken things we can do without even communicating anything about it. Davante made three or four plays tonight. It was pretty fun."
In this video Adams talked about how teammate Geronimo Allison set up the Seahawks coverage with a fake "rub" or "pick" that allowed his first touchdown catch for 20 yards to put Green Bay up 7 - 0.
He also talks about the clutch catch he made just before the 2-minute warning in the 4th quarter to keep the ball away from the Seahawks.
Green Bay held on to win 28 - 23, and face the 49ers Sunday in the NFC Conference Championship.