The New York Jets put forth a cringeworthy performance to open the 2020 season on Sunday, falling to the Buffalo Bills 27-17.
If that was not bad enough, former Jet Jamal Adams appeared to throw shade at his ex-team following his debut with the Seattle Seahawks.
The All-Pro safety, whom the Jets traded to Seattle for multiple first round picks this summer, finished with eight tackles, including two for a loss, as well as a sack in a 38-25 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
But that did not stop him from taking multiple not-so-subtle shots at his former team.
When asked about the offense scoring 38 points, Adams replied, “I’m not used to it.”
He also mentioned that he “wasn’t bored,” a reference to Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams’ comments about how Adams will fit into the Seahawks’ scheme.
Regardless of his comments, it certainly was a change of pace for the always outspoken Adams, at least in terms of having an offense put up points.
Last year, the Jets ranked dead last in total offensive yards and second-to-last in points scored.
As a matter of fact, since Adams was drafted by the Jets in 2017, the Jets scored 38 points just twice in his three years with Gang Green – and they split those games, which was a 38-31 win over the Chiefs in 2017 and a 44-38 loss to the Packers in 2018.
Adams will get his shot at the Jets in Week 14 when New York heads to Seattle, but this surely does not feel like the last time we’ll hear from Adams until then.