S - GB
Week 13 Outlook
Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Packers and S Adrian Amos have agreed to restructure the safeties contract to free up cap space for 2021.
The move doesn't come at much of a surprise as star lineman Za'Darius Smith is headed to free agency. With the cap going down and the Packers being up against it, the move will likely help the team retain the star lineman.
Adrian Amos finished Sunday’s 20-15 win over the Washington Redskins with seven total tackles (six solo), a sack, and an interception.
Amos is second in the team in tackles with 71 through Week 14. He is a deeper IDP target only.
Adrian Amos recorded five tackles (four solo) and a critical interception in the Packers’ 10-3 win over the Bears on Thursday.
Amos made his Packers debut against his former team and sealed the win for Green Bay with a key interception. With Chicago down 10-3 and driving into Packers territory, Amos came up with a pick in the back corner of the end zone with just under two minutes to play. Expect a strong season from the talented safety in Green Bay's revamped defense.
Adrian Amos finished Sunday's win over San Francisco with eight total tackles.
Amos has been fairly consistent for IDP owners all year and represents a solid S2 in most formats. He is third on the team in total tackles with 67 through Week 16. In deeper leagues, he is worth a start.
Adrian Amos finished Sunday's win over the Bills with seven total tackles, six being solo, and an interception.
Amos is third on the team in total tackles with 39 through Week 9. Sunday was his first interception of the season and it won't be his last. Amos has a fairly consistent fantasy floor and could be played in deep IDP leagues. He is a DB2/DB3 at best with upside.