Jamal Adams reveling in Seahawks ending Jets NFL playoff hopes

Jamal Adams is happy as a clam after the Seahawks eliminated the Jets from the playoffs.

The Seahawks beat the Jets 23-6 on Sunday, meaning all hopes of the Jets making the playoffs have evaporated. If the Jets had beaten the Seahawks, they would have been in a scenario where they would have made the playoffs had they beaten the Dolphins – who may have to start third-string quarterback Skylar Thompson with Tua Tagovailoa in protocol. concussion and Teddy Bridgewater suffering a broken finger – in Week 18. The Patriots also would have had to lose to the Bills for the Jets to qualify.

Adams, who was traded from the Jets to the Seahawks in the 2020 offseason for a package that included two first-round picks, reveled in the news.

Jamal Adams reveled in the Seahawks ending the Jets’ playoff chances.

“All 3 phases happened yesterday! What a team win!!” Adams tweeted on Monday. “My mentions have been really quiet since yesterday…”

In response to a Jets fan who informed security that he didn’t even play on Sunday, Adams tweeted, “Don’t be mad at me ’cause you got your ass kicked again!!”

Adams suffered a season-ending leg injury in a pass rush from Russell Wilson in the Seahawks’ Week 1 win over the Broncos in September.

Jamal Adams suffered a season-ending quad injury in Week 1.
Jamal Adams suffered a season-ending quad injury in Week 1.
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While Adams also missed five games last season and four games in 2021, it would be surprising if he was on the Seahawks’ chopping block this offseason. After the trade, the Seahawks signed the safety to a four-year contract worth more than $70 million. The deal still carries $21.3 million in dead cap money for 2023.


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