There's nothing else you can think of to say about Jamal Adams' performance against the Giants other than that he was all over the place in this game.
The third-year safety out of LSU was already having a good weekend with the Tigers beating Alabama on their home field, but he carried that into an even better performance at MetLife Stadium for the Jets.
Adams led the Jets with nine tackles, two sacks on Daniel Jones, a pass defended and forced two fumbles, including a strip sack that turned into a fumble recovery for a touchdown. Adams ripped the ball right out of Jones' hands after beating Saquon Barkley off the line of scrimmage, and took the ball to the house without it ever touching the ground.
"I'm just happy that we came out victorious, happy that we played team ball," Adams told SNY's Jeane Coakley after the game. "...We fought through a lot of adversity and we got the win, so that's what's important to me.
Adam Gase said after the game that Adams told him on the sidelines that he was going to make a turnover happen, and sure enough, he did.
"I told him I was going to make the turnover, it was going to be special," Adams said after the game. "Obviously that's just my mindset, that's how I go out each and every Sunday, Monday, whenever it is, whenever we play, I'm trying to be the best on the field, I'm trying to be the best in the league, whatever it is. And I just hold myself to that high of regards."
Adams told Coakley that specifically beating the Giants was "most definitely" extra special considering all the hype that came around the game beforehand, and that he considers MetLife Stadium "Jets Stadium."
With Adams coming off a tough couple of weeks that saw his name included in trade discussions and some social media posts voicing his frustration, the defensive captain put all that behind him to put together another great game.
"Bro, people don't even understand. This is nothing. I can tap into a whole nother level, man," Adams said when asked if it was his best game in the NFL. "I know what to expect from my play, when i just do it the right way. ... what I'm asked to do on the field by my coaches. This is nothing, this is just the start."