The Green Bay Packers scored just eight points in a Week 12 battle with the San Francisco 49ers, but star receiver Davante Adams believes the result will be different in Sunday's NFC Championship game.
"Obviously, if we left the game with eight points and lost by 20s or whatever it was, obviously the plan wasn't good enough," Adams said, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky. "That's not a knock on (head coach) Matt (LaFleur) or anybody. The execution obviously wasn't good enough too, so those go hand in hand, though.
"The plan, so far what I've seen, I really like, and I think it's a better way to attack this defense."
Despite making a catch for a touchdown in that matchup, Adams managed just 43 yards on seven receptions against the 49ers' stingy defense, failing to produce any big plays down the field.
San Francisco was at its best during the November outing, limiting Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to 104 passing yards and sacking him five times. But Rodgers is now embracing an underdog mentality and believes there's little pressure on his squad.
"They're obviously expected to hold court and win," Rodgers said. "People know and they're talking about how we played the last time so I think if they look at pressure, the pressure is in a certain place and we should be nice and loose."
Green Bay hasn't lost a game since its Week 12 defeat.