Seahawks Biggest failure is Jamal Adams, and that says a lot

Jamal Adams will miss the rest of the season with a torn injury. A shoulder injury also caused him to end the season early last year. While Adams is expected to be completely healthy for the 2022 campaign, this only adds to the idea that the Seahawks have lost their way in exchange for Jamal Adams.

The most obvious reason why they lose their trades is Seattle will now have a 5 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. However, this year’s picks are with the Jets, giving them picks 4 and 5 in the draft if the season ends today.

Aside from losing on a potential top five draft list, Adams is contracted until the 2026 season as the highest safe-paid player in the league. These are two seasons in a row that he hasn’t been able to complete and he hasn’t even turned 30 yet.

The second Adams and Seahawks did not perform at the level one had hoped for. Seattle is last in the league for the number of passing yards allowed per game. This is a setback from last season, when they were the third-worst team in terms of passes.

At 4-8, Seattle is rebuilt, when rumors about Russell Wilson began to bubble again. If Wilson does leave, the Seahawks will be returned to an excessively safe with little or no commercial value and injury problems.

Unless Adams comes back and lives up to what he was paid for, the Seahawks will continue to be the losers on that trade. For a team with playoff hopes this season, his injury has been the backbone of a camel’s back for a terrible season.

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John Verrall

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