Jamal Adams tackles Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr.
(Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images)

New York Jets strong safety Jamal Adams never shies away on Twitter, as evidenced by his latest online feud with Derek Carr’s brother.

Oh, Jamal Adams … why?

Why engage on Twitter so often? Why allow that necessary chip on your shoulder to carry over to social media? When individuals are put in a situation in which words can fly without any real-world, face-to-face consequences, rarely is it ever a good idea to engage.

But for whatever reason, the New York Jets strong safety (the best safety in the NFL) loves himself a little Twitter, especially when a feud is on the horizon. (Only this time, No. 33 didn’t start things.)

Somewhat fresh off his last feud with Leonard Fournette, Adams is back at it again with Derek Carr’s brother.


President Mal posted a sensational image, featuring Adams getting to Carr during his team’s 34-3 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.

In this situation, Darren Carr, the other brother of Derek and David, got the party started. He replied with a, “(Saved for later).”

Of course, Adams fired back:

Carr kept it simple with a reply instead of squashing it right there without a response.

The photos that accompanied the simple response weren’t so simple.

But then Adams came in with the haymaker:

“I understand you never made it to the big stage, but stop living through your brothas. You need to focus on your lil high school job… you got class to teach tomorrow!,” Adams replied.

Carr, a high school coach, claimed his players display more respect than Adams. He also brought up a heart problem keeping him away from the big stage.

“Jamal, you are a heck of a player man. But I have 50 young men that have more respect for their opponent then you do. A pro making fun of a HS teacher/Coach. Had a heart problem & couldn’t play anymore, so thanks for [bringing] it up. *Its thanksgiving break brother, week off,” Carr replied.

Adams then destroyed the language used by the teacher:

Only one response remained:

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the latest example of a useless, silly Twitter feud between two individuals.

Adams finished the game with seven tackles, half a sack, half a tackle for loss and three quarterback hits on man topic of the man not involved in the Twitter brawl.

(Derek) Carr finished with 127 and an interception on 15-of-27 passing.

Until next time, this has been your ridiculous (yet pretty damn interesting) Twitter feud update.


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