Will Davante Adams continue to dominate the Chicago Bears?

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When the Las Vegas Raiders visit the Chicago Bears, a familiar face will return to Soldier Field in Davante Adams. Adams was always tied to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, but he will come into the game with a 14-2 record against the Bears, including 7-1 in Solider Field.

The Chicago Bears will have to contain Davante Adams to beat the Las Vegas Raiders

For his career, he has 81 catches for 1,024 yards and 10 touchdowns against the Packers. The 64 yards per game in that span is actually below the 72.7 yards per game in his career. However, if you recall, it did take Adams a few years to become the player that he is now. He averaged 82.9 yards per game in his last eight matchups with the Bears.

Adams averages just 60.3 yards per game in Soldier Field, but when you just look at his last four trips to Solider Field, that number shoots to 72.5, which is right in line with his career rate.

Obviously, there are some factors that come into play here. First, he had Aaron Rodgers for a lot of those games. In this game, he may not only not have Jimmy Garoppolo, but he really does not even know who his quarterback will be right now. The Raiders have to decide between Brian Hoyer and Aidan O'Connell right now. Both are downgrades.

Beyond that, the Chicago Bears secondary is slowly becoming the strength of the roster. Jaylon Johnson and Kyler Gordon returned last week, and they showed improvements. Adams rarely lines up in the slot, but he will play both sides.

The Chicago Bears have not had Jaylon Johnson or Tyrique Stevenson follow any wide receiver. Jaylon Johnson typically lines up toward the boundary side, while Stevenson plays more with the field to his side. So, Adams is going to see a healthy dose of both.

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