Packers have a better chance of attacking the dynamic 49er defense than they do in the off-season

August 15, 2019; Baltimore, MD, USA; Green Bay Packers broad receiver Davante Adams (17) warms up before the game against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The Green Bay Packers were blown away by the San Francisco 49ers, who won 37-8 in late November. Now these teams are dueling the right to go to the Super Bowl LIV again, and Packers receiver Davante Adams believes things will be much different on Sunday than in the regular season.

Adams spoke to the media on Wednesday, making it clear that his team had a better attack plan this time.

“Obviously the plan wasn’t good enough if we left the game with eight points and lost 20 seconds or whatever,” Adams said via ESPN. “It’s not a blow to Matt or anyone. Of course, the execution wasn’t good enough either, so they go hand in hand. I really like the plan as far as I’ve seen it and I think it’s a better way to get around it To attack defense. “

It is worth noting that Bryan Bulaga was attacked against the stars in November. On the other hand, it should also be emphasized that the 49er speed rusher Dee Ford did not play and that its effects on the victory from San Francisco over Minnesota last Saturday are not enough.

Everyone has a game plan until they are slapped in the mouth.

It will be fascinating to see what adjustments rookie head coach Matt LaFleur and his team have made for the NFC Championship Game. If they find out how Aaron Rodgers can be kept clean in their pockets, and if Adams has another game like he did last weekend against the Seattle Seahawks, the Packers have a chance to get the NFC’s top seed in to displace their own home.