These Davante Adams fantasy football team names recognize the importance of the star receiver to your squad.
Best Davante Adams Fantasy Football Names
1.) Adams’ Bomb.
There may be one too many military references in professional sports, but this isn’t one of them. When Aaron Rodgers is tossing the long ball, you know that Davante is on the top of his list for targets.
2.) Davante’s Peak.
The 1997 film Dante’s Peak gets lukewarm reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, but Davante Adams is on the rise.
3.) Up and Adams.
“Up and at ’em” means it’s time to get moving.
4.) Riding in my Lambeau.
Riding in my Lamborghini was a hit song for KSI. We took some artistic license to make it Green Bay relevant.
5.) Pack-Man 17.
Combine the popular video game PacMan with Davonte’s jersey number, localize it, and you get Pack-Man 17.
6.) The Adam’s Family.
The ’60s sitcom The Addams Family was so popular they made it a feature movie.
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7.) Davante’s Inferno.
Dante’s inferno is part of Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century poem “Divine Comedy.” What goes around comes around.
The Devo group was formed in 1973 in Akron, Ohio. Their most popular hit was “Whip It.”
9.) The Davante Code.
The Da Vinci Code was written by Dan Brown and turned into a film in 2006.
10.) I Want You Davant Me.
Cheap Trick sang, “I Want You To Want Me,” and made it famous. Rick Nielsen wrote the song.
Funny Davante Adams Fantasy Team Ideas
17 and Go
Song for Adam
The Cheese Stands Alone
The Law (D.A.)
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FAQs About Davante Adams
Here are some frequently asked questions about Davante Adams.
Davante Adams was born in Redwood City, California, on December 24, 1992.
Adams is 6’1″ tall.
By Mike O’Halloran
Mike was a contributing writer to USA Football, the youth arm of the NFL. He has been coming up with fantasy football names since 1975.
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