On Thursday, New York Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams took a shot at the Seattle Seahawks when he suggested former Jets safety Jamal Adams “might get bored,” playing in Seattle. “Jamal may get bored there because they don’t use their safety type things and all the different complexities … maybe not showing what they’re doing as much as we do,” he said.
Adams won’t have the ability to impact the game like he did in New York, at least according to Williams.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll saw what Williams had to say about his team and promptly put him in his final resting place with his reply.
“We don’t make as many mistakes as he does,” Carroll said.
Williams did speak on the Jets’ plan after losing Adams in a trade this year. “We’ll do still the same patterns of things. We’ll still do a lot of the same exact things,” he said.
“But we’ll highlight the people we have here. As you saw, what we did there was that he had maybe his most productive year here because of how we highlighted the skill sets that he’s had. I’ve had a lot of really, really good guys at that position. Over the years had a lot of really good safeties to be able to build things around.”
New York finished 7-9 last season.