Jamal Adams shows he’s a class act
I think it’s safe to say that Seattle Seahawks’ safety Jamal Adams wasn’t very happy after the New York Giants came to town last week and defeated his team 17-12.
“It stings, it stings. I’m [expletive] off,” Adams said, via Giants Wire. “Coming from where I came from, a New York team, it just hits a little bit different for me.”
Even though Adams couldn’t give the Giants the credit they deserve right after the game, he came out this week and gave them props.
“A lot of respect to the Giants organization,” Adams said on the ’17 Weeks Podcast.’ “It’s always been like that for me, obviously, due to my father [former running back George Adams, who played for the Giants in the 1980s].
“Coach Judge, I didn’t get to holler at him after the game but I got a lot of respect for him and what he’s doing over there. They’ve always had talent. They just needed the right coaching staff to come in there and get their identity back. And they got that, man.
“So I got a lot of respect for how they play, how hard they play and how physical they play. So, like I said, I got a lot of respect for that organization over there. Always have.”
I think a lot of people around the NFL are starting to respect the Giants more and more. As of right now if the playoffs started today the Giants would actually play the Seahawks in the Wild Card round. If these two teams faced off again with Daniel Jones not playing, I do think the outcome would be different.