The good, the bad, and the ugly in Seattle Seahawks Week 4 victory over the Giants

  • Penalties are still an issue
  • Jamal Adams lost early
  • Lockdown D

Seattle Seahawks v New York Giants
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The bad: Jamal Adam's debut cut short

The Seattle Seahawks were hopeful as they welcomed back safety Jamaal Adams to the field after a quad injury prematurely ended his 2022 season. Adams, known for his hard-hitting style and ability to disrupt opposing offenses, was set to provide a significant boost to the Seahawks' defense. However, the football gods had different plans for Adams, as his much-anticipated return was cut short after just four plays due to a concussion.

Jamal Adams, acquired by the Seahawks in a blockbuster trade from the New York Jets, quickly established himself as one of the league's premier safeties. His dynamic playmaking abilities, combined with his fierce tackling and pass-rushing skills, made him a cornerstone of Seattle's defense. His absence in the latter part of the 2022 season was undoubtedly felt, with the Seahawks missing his presence on the field.

Seattle fans rejoiced when news of Adams' return circulated, with hopes of seeing their safety back in action. The anticipation was palpable as the Seahawks prepared to face the Giants. Adams, eager to make his mark after a year of rehab and recovery, took the field with the intention of making an immediate impact.

Unfortunately, Adams' return was marred by a cruel twist of fate. Just four plays into the game, Adams found himself in a violent knee to the head that left him with a concussion. The disappointment was evident on Jamal's face as he was forced to leave the field.