With two games to play, he has 922 yards, only seven yards shy of his combined total from his first two seasons in the NFL.
"You need to let those guys know you've got confidence in them," Rodgers said Tuesday. "Drops are part of the game. They're going to happen. Those you can accept. Mental mistakes is when you get frustrated. Physical mistakes happen. There's going to be slips, there's going to be drops, there's going to be slight lapses in finishing the catch at times, but that's part of the game. That doesn't lose any confidence on my part in a guy. Davante has earned targets. He's been open consistently this year and made a lot of plays for us."
Yet, as productive as he's been this season with four 100-yard games and nine touchdown catches, Adams beat himself up for letting those two would-be touchdowns slip through his fingers. Both came on deep throws from Rodgers with the football snapped at the Chicago 16-yard line.
"I just want to be out there making plays just like I have been all year," Adams said this week. "So, when it doesn't happen, it kind of gets frustrating, but you bounce back from it just like any other time."
Adams said the sun was in his eyes on the first dropped pass.
"I just couldn't see very well, but there's no excuse," he said. "You have to make the play. People don't care about that."
Adams alluded to a lack of focus on the second drop.
"I felt like the ball was in the air for 10 years, and then it kind of snuck up on me, and I tried to use the body, in between body and the hands, on the catch," he said. "I just have to make that (catch). I've made it a million times."