Jamal Adams out again this week

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There will be no suspense regarding Seahawks safety Jamal Adams‘ status for Sunday’s game against the Vikings.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said on Wednesday that Adams will miss his second straight game with the groin injury that knocked him out of the team’s Week Three win over the Cowboys.

The Seahawks have a bye in Week Six, so Adams will have more than three weeks of recuperation time before the team takes on the Cardinals in Week Seven. Adams has 23 tackles, two sacks and three tackles for loss overall this season.

Linebacker Jordyn Brooks also missed Week Four and Carroll said it will be difficult for him to make it back from a knee injury in time for Sunday night.

13 responses to “Jamal Adams out again this week

  1. The Seahawks are going to score early & often. The Vikings will move the ball like everyone else, easily through the air. However, They won’t run as easy & scoring TD’s won’t come that easy, either. I’m not a big fan off the defensive approach bend but don’t break. Sure, they are currently third against the run & 21st overall against in scoring. They figure with the number 2 scoring offense, they can keep winning using that formula. Maybe so, but I’m so nervous every week.

    Go Hawks!

  2. Hamstrings are the worst. I just lightly tweaked mine by extending my leg when I tipped my chair over a few days ago. I just went from doing sprints 5x per week to 3x as gyms are open and can do explosive lifts. Now I’m doing nothing but rehab so it doesn’t get worse.

  3. Another week that will hinge on Russell Wilson’s ability to put points on the board because we all know the defense isn’t stopping anything. If Russ has a bad day, and it’ll happen, the Hawks lose. Hopefully, one day, Norton will realize that the soft zone cover 3 doesn’t work, especially without pressure on the QB.

  4. dogman9 says:
    October 7, 2020 at 5:27 pm
    Thanks for the draft picks.

    7 8 Rate This

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    It was a fleecing and you’ll need em with all your top 15 draft pick busts.

  5. chawk12thman says:
    October 7, 2020 at 5:29 pm
    The Seahawks are going to score early & often. The Vikings will move the ball like everyone else, easily through the air. However, They won’t run as easy & scoring TD’s won’t come that easy, either.
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    Are you aware that Dalvin Cook is leading the league in both rushing yards and rushing touchdowns?

  6. touchback6 says:
    October 7, 2020 at 6:35 pm
    dogman9 says:
    October 7, 2020 at 5:27 pm
    Thanks for the draft picks.

    7 8 Rate This

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    It was a fleecing and you’ll need em with all your top 15 draft pick busts.
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    Two firsts for a locker room cancer is one thing, but for a safety?! Its the least valued position in the league after running back.

    But hey, he’s no Mo Sanu…

  7. We love Jamal Adams here. Jets remain a dumpster fire while the Hawks are 4-0 with a good chance of hitting 5-0 with Adams coming to help with a playoff run.

  8. A leopard doesn’t change his spots…after you pay Adams huge bucks and we know you will, he will become despondent inside of 12 months. Thanks again for the draft picks.

  9. dogman9 says:
    October 7, 2020 at 5:27 pm
    Thanks for the draft picks.
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    Who knows…maybe the Jets will mess up and accidentally draft competent players with them!

  10. dogman9 says:
    October 7, 2020 at 5:27 pm
    Thanks for the draft picks.
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    It’s the Jets. They’ve been drafting top 10 for a long time. Maybe those picks will help them to 8, maybe 9 wins. You gotta start somewhere to be mediocre.

  11. HMMM how to beat the Seahawks. KEEP WILSON ON THE BENCH. Cant score when ya don’t have the rock. Ball control kids, run Chef till they stop him then bring in Mattison. Passing game is average but who knows what night the rookie Jefferson is gonna have. Its imperative to have long drives and eat up the clock. Kendricks spies Wilson all night to eliminate any big play using his feet. Vikings played the Seahwaks pretty tough last year with a chance to win it on the final drive – this could be a statement game for the Vikings – it could, we shall see.

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