With Randall Cobb now playing for Dallas Cowboys, the race for receiver job is No.
While we know that Davante Adams is the main goal for Aaron Rodgers going into 2019, the rest of the Packers' reception corps is one question, and we rarely say about Green Bay.
You need to think that the track inside the second year at Marquez Valdes-Scantling, as he pulled into a reception 38 for 581 yards and a few escaped during his rookie campaigns.
But what about Geronimo Allison?
A free agent from Illinois who joined the NFL back in 2016, looked Allison to be emerging as one of Rodgers' main goals last season before injury-injury and surgery in the end – after only five games.
During these five competitions, Allison took 20 passes for 303 yards and a pair of scores, and speeded 64 catches, 970 yards and six landings during a full 16-game campaign.
Of course, the Packers saw his talent, re-signing this season for him.
But will Allison put in five competitions in 2018 behind Valdes-Scantling and maybe even Equanimeous St. Brown on the depth chart, and how will this affect its status in Fantasy Park?
Here's what: Green Bay is likely to give the three receivers the opportunity to do the job. 2 behind Adams to earn, and even if Valdes-Scantling has the upper hand at present, it seems that the Packers see something in Allison.
Many felt that Allison would be a complex candidate in fantasy series going into 2018, and if he wasn't out of injury, maybe they were right.
While this speech was slightly less in 2019 as a result of Allison's injury, it is now completely healthy, which means that it should be a discrete candidate again entering next season.
Adams will definitely see most of Rodgers' goals, but Allison can be the second or third best choice (remember: Rodgers, Jimmy Graham, have a firm end as well as the droppings), something that means a big year is destined for 25 years of age.
It is just that there is so much uncertainty around Allison because it is still truly visible during a full season. It is still to reach 400 yards in one season, and it does not seem that there was a great prospect coming out of college.
Heck, we must also remember that Jake Kumerow is also at the Packers, who seemed to be a serious competitor in the top impact of the Green Bay before a predecessor injury went off his trip last year.
Essentially, there are many things that can happen in the contribution of Packers. Allison could be a receiver No. Or it could be the No. 3 or even the No. 4. You don't know.
It has the potential to catch 60-70 passports for 900 yards and 10 territories, but is it realistic?
Tread very carefully with Allison in fantasy layers.
It could be a great sleeper option as a high-level receiver. 3, but it could fall evenly and not do anything.