Adams produced four tackles, half of a sack and one pass breakup during Sunday's loss to the Bills. Adams continues to produce and now leads all safeties in defensive stops this season, according to Pro Football Focus. On pace for more than 107 tackles and a good bet to be sent on plenty on many pass-rush missions, Adams continues to be a high-upside IDP option given his potential to produce across the stat sheet.
Adams recorded nine tackles during the Jets' 37-17 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. Adams also logged three tackles for a loss. The second-year safety has emerged as a top IDP option, with 50 total tackles over the course of the regular season's first seven games. Adams will look to continue an impressive sophomore season against the Bears on Sunday.
Adams recorded 12 tackles (10 solo) in Sunday's 31-12 loss to Jacksonville. Among those 12 tackles was one tackle for loss. Adams has blossomed into a terrific young safety and is already a leader on and off the field in just his second season. The sixth overall selection in the 2017 draft has 31 tackles at the quarter-mark of the season.
Adams recorded seven tackles (four solo), including a sack, and forced a fumble in Sunday's 20-12 loss to Miami. Through the first two weeks, Adams has showcased the talent that made him a top-10 pick in 2017. Though the team didn't pull out the win Sunday, Adams had a quality individual performance. He'll look to continue stacking up successful efforts when the Jets head to Cleveland in Week 3.
Adams recorded four solo tackles in Sunday's loss to the Falcons. Adams tackle total tied for his second lowest on the season. However, the rookie was one of four Jets defenders to play all 66 snaps, and he figures to continue being heavily involved on the defense going forward.