Packers Snap Counts: Offense struggles in Adams’ return
Adams was featured heavily, and was on the field for 84% of the offense’s snaps.
The 26-year-old receiver hauled in seven of his team-leading 11 catches for just 41 yards against the Chargers. He averaged just 3.73 yards per target, his lowest such mark since 2017.
Allen Lazard, who took on a prominent role in the Packers’ passing attack with Adams out, led the Packers with 44 receiving yards on four targets and three catches.
Used sparingly in the Packers’ first two games without Adams, Lazard played 85% of the offense’s snaps against the Raiders in Week 7, then played 67% of the snaps against the Chiefs in Week 8.
He was on the field for just 46% of the snaps against the Chargers. The Packers’ offense ran just 54 plays in Los Angeles, their lightest workload of the season, down from 69 plays against the Chiefs the previous week.
Allison was targeted twice and had two receptions for 21 yards, while Valdes-Scantling was targeted twice but was held without a catch.
Other notes from Sunday’s snap counts:
— Activated from injured reserve Saturday, rookie tight end Jace Sternberger saw his first action of the season, playing one snap on offense.
— Safety Adrian Amos played all 59 of the defense’s snaps. He’s appeared on all of the defense’s snaps in eight of nine games this season, missing just four on the season.
— Rookie safety Darnell Savage was the only other Packers defender to play all 59 snaps.