Jones kept Packers’ offense rolling with Adams out

A single injury changed everything for the Green Bay Packers’ offense this season.

Davante Adams caught 10 passes for a career-high 180 yards in the Packers’ Week 4 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.

With 10:45 left in the fourth quarter, the two-time Pro Bowl receiver caught a 13-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers that set up first-and-goal at the Philadelphia 8.

After being tackled by safety Andrew Sendejo, Adams immediately reached down and grabbed his right foot. He knew something was wrong.

Adams was forced to watch as Green Bay suffered its first loss of the season.

After the 34-27 defeat, Adams told reporters he believed he had suffered a turf toe injury. He was right.

Adams was sidelined for the next four games. During that stretch, the Packers didn’t miss a beat, going 4-0 and posting staggering offensive numbers.

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