Jamal Adams is an out of this world talent that has Mike Maccagnan on cloud nine. Based on Week 3, wide receivers should avoid Area 33.
At 0-2, the New York Jets looked like the doormat for many teams in the NFL. Then something clicked in Week 3 and the Jets returned to their roots.
Head coach Todd Bowles turned to a grinding running game to open up the passing game. He also unleashed a devastating defensive game plan to turn the game against the Dolphins into a fish fry.
The key to the emergence of the formidable defense is two-fold. A new subpackage that creates matchup nightmares for opposing offensive coordinators. And then there’s that Jamal Adams guy.
— Elite Sports NY (@EliteSportsNY) September 24, 2017
As ESNY’s Robby Sabo explains in his breakdown, Adams is a special talent. To go a step further, he’s a general manager’s dream.
When we first started to evaluate Adams prior to the 2017 NFL Draft, it was easy to see why he would be coveted by teams with a top 10 pick. Adams brings leadership, a high football IQ and a ferociousness that was unmatched by other prospects.
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- Rich Cimini of ESPN discusses how former Jets player Erin Henderson is set to sue the franchise for wrongful termination.
- Zachary Ripple of the New York Daily News writes about how former Jets legend Kevin Mawae is keeping mum on his thoughts concerning the weekend protests.
- Ethan Greenberg via NewYorkJets.com reports that Gang Green have added cornerback Robert Nelson to the practice squad.