Packers S Adrian Amos receives All-Pro votes in 2020

Zach Kruse
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Green Bay Packers safety Adrian Amos didn’t end up on the All-Pro first or second team, but the veteran did receive several votes after a terrific 2020 season.

Six of the 50 voters from the Associated Press voted for Amos, who finished behind first-team safeties Tyrann Mathieu, Minkah Fitzpatrick and Budda Baker and second-team safeties Jamal Adams and Jessie Bates.

A 16-game starter, Amos led the Packers in tackles with 83 and produced nine pass breakups, two interceptions and two sacks.

Pro Football Focus picked Amos as a first-team All-Pro safety, but not enough voters from the Associate Press agreed. According to PFF, Amos was the second highest-graded safety in the NFL in 2020, trailing only Bates.

When targeted in coverage, Amos allowed 8.5 yards per catch and a passer rating of 71.7, which ranked sixth and ninth among safeties, respectively.

Amos was one of only 17 safeties in the NFL to tally 10 stops against both the run and pass in 2020. PFF considers a stop to be a tackle that constitute to a failure for the offense.

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst signed Amos to a four-year deal in 2019.

Matt LaFleur’s team had six All-Pros, including an NFL-high four first-team picks. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, receiver Davante Adams, left tackle David Bakhtiari were first-team selections, while edge rusher Za’Darius Smith and cornerback Jaire Alexander were second-team picks. Guard Elgton Jenkins and kicker Mason Crosby also received All-Pro votes for the Packers.

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OddsMoney LinePoint SpreadTotal Points
Tampa Bay
+155+4O 51.5
Green Bay
-182-4U 51.5