NFL Week 5, 2019: 20 Bold predictions to consider

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7. Allison scores multiple touchdowns

Losing Davante Adams dealing with a toe injury suffered in Week 4 against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Green Bay Packers will most likely be facing the Dallas Cowboys without their star wideout.

Hopefully, Adams doesn’t miss too much time away from the football since the last thing the Packers want to see happen is the team fall behind in the NFC standings, but at least Aaron Rodgers has plenty of young talent to work with, and step up.

Take a look at  Geronimo Allison for example, who has already tied his career high so far in 2019 with two touchdown catches, and could be in position to top those numbers alone on Sunday to help the Packers defeat the Cowboys.

Over the years, Rodgers has a reputation for making the players around him better, and Week 5 is the perfect way for the future Hall of Famer to show he can do the same with Allen if the wideout can handle the increased role.

Despite the loss, Dallas’ defense is coming off another impressive outing in Week 4 against the New Orleans Saints, and will look to cause all sorts of problems for Rodgers on offense.

Time will tell when it comes to seeing if Allison has what it takes to step up, but the Packers should love their chances to see the wideout come through.