We’ll have to agree to disagree on that one. Adams was a WR1 with Brett Hundley last year. His value goes up even more in a standard format.
Ajayi had 1 good game and plays in a system that is a disgusting RBBC. Regardless of what the coach says, here’s what I know, Peterson’s offense has never used a lead back. And game 1 showed it. Even if Ajayi wins the job, he’s not going to be a “work horse”. That term is tossed around too easily considering how few work horses there actually are in the league. Peterson can just as easily change his mind next week and decide Clement is the better goal line guy like he did last year. Here’s what I do know. Adams is the WR1 in an Aaron rodgers led offense. The most productive and consistent fantasy QB for basically the last decade and has produced at least a WR1 if not 2 every single season he has been healthy. I’ll take proven history over coach speak any day of the week.
If I’m wrong about it later, then so be it. But I can only make decisions based on information available at this time. Yeah, Ajayi is coming off a week as RB4 cause he scored 2 TDs against a defense who lost both their starting LB and starting safety. I don’t expect him to score 2 TDs every week on 15 carries and playing less than 40% of the snaps. If you think that is sustainable, by all means keep Ajayi.
I’m just say if it were me, and I got an offer for Ajayi for Adams, you wouldn’t even get a response.