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All right, you guys, what's going on? It's your boy, Brad.
Back at it again with you guessed it another broadcast.
Now, today I will be breaking down my free trades in areas for Jamal Adams, a k a.
The three best ones if you get what I'm saying.
With that being said, though, Jamal Adams is got to be on some team's target list.
Um, there are over five teams interested.
In fact, seven teams have voiced their interest in Jamal Adams.
Whether that's a team like the Cowboys, the 40 Niners with Seahawks, that air contending right now or it's a team like, you know, the colds, the Jaguars or the Giants who might be rebuilding, and one Jamal Adams for the long run.
So you know Jamal Adams has gotten a lot of interest in the last couple of weeks or so, and rightfully so.
Right? Jamal Adams looks like he's going to be one of the premier players in the NFL for years to come.
He hasn't even been in believe for five seasons.
He's 24 years old, and we can say what we want about Patrick Mahomes Christian McCaffrey.
Ah, love hard Jackson.
We can say what we want about them, and they're all great, great young players.
But I don't think enough credit goes to tomorrow.
Adams, for how well he's done with the New York Jets, especially on a terrible defense for the last three years or so.
And this could be Jamal Adams time.
We're chance to where he gets a you know he gets to be traded onto a contending team where he can maybe secure in NFL Super Bowl victory.
You know, solidify himself is a great hybrid safety.
There aren't too many hybrid safeties in the league, Um, maybe Earl Thomas up to an extent.
So Jamal Adams has a unique in a style of play and the Jets, you know, his style of play pretty well because the Jets let Adams do whatever he wanted, which means, you know, line up against the wide receivers in man coverage on up against the tight ahead zone coverage, no blitz, the key B and obviously blitzes and just really do whatever he wanted. Teoh.
Because Jamal Adams isn't that at one thing.
You know he's great in man coverage.
He's great zone He's really good at blitzing.
He's had a couple of highlight reels off sacks or quarterback pressures or whatever.
But, you know, Jamal Adams can get on some teams that would really, really bring out the best of him.
And, you know, obviously some teams would not be good fits for Tremell Adams.
We can all agree on that, but there are some teams that have a lot of intriguing upside.
You know, four small Adams.
If he would get traded toe one of these three teams that I'm about to tell you guys about, Ah, so that being said, let's go ahead and get into it.
It's a trade number one, and this is the biggest trade by far.
It's between the New York Jets and, so far, the front runner of winning the Jamal Adams sweepstakes in the Dallas Cowboys.
So the New York Jets receive Michael Gallup, Antoine Woods, 20 21st round pick and a 20 24th round pick.
The Cowboys obviously received Mall Adams, 1/3 round pick and the fourth round pick.
So my ****ysis on this trade I really like this trade.
I came up with this trade, Um, very organic, some of you might voice your opinion in the comments and say That's way too much for Jamal Adams.
Well, in my mind, Jamal Adams, you know, is looking like he's going to be one of the better young, you know, secondary pieces in the league.
Maybe besides Stefan Gilmore, who's on the older side.
Extra Davis white.
I can't think of really anybody else besides him.
If he continues what he did, that's going to be a premiere, you know, secondary stud, if you want to call it that.
But I think this trade happens for a number of reasons.
The biggest reason is probably because of the Cowboys situation right now, because obviously the Cowboys have a situation that helps and hurts them.
Um, trade wise to the situation that helps them is the f agree very good wide receivers.
This is also a situation that hurts them, and the reason why it helps and hurts them is because you have valuable assets.
Whether that's Amari Cooper, possibly or Michael Gallup.
Or maybe you just just a crap it and, you know, trade CD lamb away.
It could be any of the free and all three of them are very, very valuable.
Um, all three of them have shown that, you know, they're good, reliable, wide receivers.
Whether that was in college, we don't know about how sea land will do in the NFL.
Only time will tell.
But I think that Michael Gallup probably will be the clincher for this trade because of the fact that the Jets are getting of 1000 yard wide receiver that you know for basically, somewhat nothing.
And you know, Jamal Adams.
Nothing, right? Jamal Anderson, Great player.
I was just raving about how good tomorrow Adams will be.
Well, if you don't train Jamal Adams now, which the Jets would be stupid for not doing that, then the Jets will basically have nothing This show for two moms and two years when he hits free agency.
So might as well trade him now, get what you can for him and start to rebuild early.
That's just my point of view on the Jamaat Adam situation.
And if you get a guy like Michael Gallup, who was a great number two wide receiver in Dallas behind Mark Cooper, who is a great security blanket for Dak Prescott, you know he has enough talent to be a number of one wide receiver on a bad receiving court.
Number two on a solid number, free on a rate so far.
That's how I think, uh, Michael Gallup this.
You know, I think he's going to be a great receiver in the NFL.
But that would go a long way into helping same Donald developed and just, you know, basically making The Jets are better offensive team because as of now, the Jets, you know in a tight spot their defense, you know, average above average at the moment.
But their offense is quite horrendous.
Levy on Bell. Have a down year.
Chris heard him.
You know he's coming back for a suspension.
He was good at his rookie year when he played.
He didn't play last year because of injury and suspension, and you still have Quincy Indian walk.
So Jamison Crowder.
But you know, just because Quincy Annunzio has a gold Golden taking 99 overall, that doesn't mean he's a good player in real life.
Okay for you, madam geeks, you know he's not that good of a player.
Jamison Crowder is old, you know.
Besides Quincy and new NWA you don't have really anybody who would be us no quality pass catcher in this offense.
Levy on Bell's good as a running back in receiving back.
So maybe him as well.
But you lost Robby Anderson.
You're going to need to replace that void.
And the Jets would do just that by trading for Michael Gallup.
And this could also help the Cowboys, because it would let City Lamb have less competition to get catches in his first year.
Less pressure on him? Um, and they would be less criticism, especially if he has a down year with Gallup and Cooper.
You know, racking up all the targets.
Because if you know Michael Gallup is a If this trade doesn't happen, let's just let's just taking the consideration if this trade doesn't happen And Michael Gallup records 1000 yards in a Mark Cooper, the Court, 2000 yards and see the land has, like 400 yards and two touchdowns.
A lot of criticism will go to see the lamb, saying that he is a quote unquote bust and you know that doesn't help.
You know, a young player at all.
It hurts them a lot if we're being honest.
And if you trade away Michael Gallup.
A lot of targets, a lot of yards, a lot of touchdowns available for CD lamb to take, and you can develop him into a player that you want.
So you know the three wide receivers for Dallas can be good, and it can also be bad, depending on if they make this trade or not.
Um, the Jets will also get Antoine Woods in this trade.
You could be a big difference maker on New York two d line if this trade would happen.
The Jets forced the knife US sacks in 2019 with 35 so adding Woods will improve the she on the defense of line.
See, Deimos is a good player, quitted Williams was, ah, bus slash.
You did not have a good season, especially for the third overall pick.
So obviously we're going to look for improvement from Quinton.
But if you yet you know some a difference maker on the defensive line difference maker out wide offensively and then you not a first round pick in the fourth round, pick for a guy that is great and all, and he will be a great big superstar in the league in a couple of years, and you're only giving up 1/3 and 1/4 round pick as well to obtain all of that.
I think this is a good trade for both teams.
It puts the cowboys maybe over the hump.
I don't know necessarily, But it would give the Cowboys that X factor that they need on defense.
Um, you know the secondary DeMarcus Lawrence.
Okay, weight gain, Naresh. All right.
I'm sorry. Jaylin Smith. Okay.
My back secondary.
They've never had, you know.
Ah, great difference maker since the days of Dion Sanders.
So this trade would really help.
The Jets would speed up their rebuild, and it helped the Cowboys because it puts them in contending mode and could definitely do big things.
Help Dallas with this, uh, NFC East, help them advance further down the road into the playoffs.
You know, there's a lot of upside toward this trade, and I know it's been a lot of time on it.
I apologize, but we will be getting to our second trade, which is between the New York Jets in the Baltimore Ravens.
All right, so the trade goes the jets received, not Jude on in a first round pick, and the Ravens received Jamal Adams, 1/5 round pick in the sixth round pick.
So the Jets will finally obtain a very versatile linebacker who's great at both, playing off the ball on coverage and both rushing the passer as well.
That's something that Jets have not had in a while.
Uh, obviously, they have CJ Mosley from last year's free agency, but mostly played limited snaps this year due to an injury.
And that's always going to be concerned for the Jets.
So if you get a young, reliable guy like Jude on, who could definitely filling the shoes is a middle linebacker.
That would go a long way into helping both the defensive line and secondary.
So you know not Judah and will pay dividends for the Jets if the Jets were able to snag him.
You also get a first round pick, so that has a lot of upside toward it.
Um, and I know you're probably thinking, well, you're losing Jamal Adams for virtually nothing in this trade, whereas interesting area number one with the Jets and the Cowboys, you're getting a lot back for Jamal Adams.
So how does this trade work? Well, the Jets already have young safeties that could come and replace the void that answers Woodley behind via trade, whether that markets may moving from his free agency spot to a strong safety or your fifth round draft pick and Aston Davis.
So there is some versatility there, some death at the safety position, and I'm not saying that either.
Davis nor May will ever get ups the level that small animals has been after the last couple of seasons but saves money first of all.
Second of all, you know you're not causing as much problems.
You're not causing disputes on whether you want a big contract or not.
Like Marcus May, Ashton Davis are not going two in a demand.
Ah, five year, $100 million deal.
Whenever there contracts fired, they're not going to do that, whereas a guy like Jamal Adams who deserves it will.
So it will save the Ravens.
Or it would save the Jets money, long term and short term.
But you're also taking on that June's $14 million hear me out, though Majette on is currently on a franchise tag, so he's getting paid $14 million this year.
But after this year, he becomes a free agent when the Jets could either negotiate another deal of that Giron and potentially bring him back on a cheaper contract.
Or you could flip him after this trade or you just keep them and extend them for whatever he wants.
But, Matt, you don't have flexibility toward the Jets financially short term and longer.
So Jet to get, you know, some value for Jamal Adams, even if it doesn't, you know, necessarily pass the eye test.
The Ravens, however, you know, receive a lot.
Obviously don't have to be.
You know, an ****ytics guy like Sam veteran is, um, you know, if the Ravens are able to obtain Jamal Adams, it gives the Ravens D best defense in the league with Jamal Adams, Earl Thomas, Kallias Campbell, Brandon Williams, Fertile McPhee, Marlon Humphrey, Chuck Clark, Melich, Harrison and all been lasted.
Certainly not leasing Patrick Queen.
Um, I mean, it's crazy how good this Ravens defensive and defense unit can be if they were able to snatch Immel Adams and she fit very well.
Remember how I was telling you about the hybrid? That's more.
Adams is, well, the Ravens.
Defensively, they run a lot of cover zero, which is where one of their safeties, which in last year's case was either Earl Thomas or Tony Jefferson, where they will come up to the line of scrimmage to rush the quarterback.
So it's kind of like an all out blitz.
Not a big blitz, but it's still a pretty big plates.
Um, you do this on the goal line type thing, and Earl Thomas was the main guy that was doing it now.
Earl Thomas wasn't great at it last year, but just imagine what Jamal Adams could do in that role.
Just saying, I mean, the possibilities are really endless with a guy that can play man zone and blitz the quarterback, you know? Oh, pretty Tarm wealth.
So that would be, you know, smart trade for both teams and in a sense, But our final trade is between the Jets in the Indianapolis Colts.
So the New York Jets received Malik Hooker, 2020 were just a regular first round pick and 1/4 round pick as well.
The Colts received Jamal Adams in 1/3 round pick.
Now all of the free trades that I've covered this video.
This is the least likely that happen.
Hooker would play a similar role that Jamal Adams did with the Jets, but he will need to be paid earlier than Adams, as the Colts did the Climate's fifth year option, whereas the Jets extended were picked up Adam's fifth year option.
Uh, but with that being said, Malik, Hooker is nowhere near on the level of Jamal Adams, so you won't have to pay miss much.
You just have to pay him earlier.
If you get what I'm saying, that's a risk that the Jets were willing to take.
They should definitely take it.
By all means, Um, the Jets would make this move to speed up the Rebuild as a net too valuable draft picks.
This would put the cult in a very serious contending mode, which they should be with Philip Rivers on a one year, $25 million contract.
Eso this trade would probably benefit the Colts more, then the Jets.
Just because it gives, you know, the Colts a great safety that can play alongside, you know, guys like Bobby ocurre e or Okereke.
Uh, Xavier Rhodes.
Leonard you know, just in Houston and make the colds heavy, scary, scary defense.
And that would be very valuable, especially when you're in a division where, you know you could go up against Derrick Henry twice a year.
So this could be very valuable toward the Colts and the Colts.
Onley have Philip Rivers for one year, guaranteed at the minimum and possibly the maximum.
We'll definitely have to see you know he's owed $25 million a year.
So best case scenario cold.
Make it for in the playoffs with this trade local over, Philip Rivers retires.
And then you can negotiate a deal.
If not, If not, it gets messy for the Colts.
But with that being said, I'll give you guys a quick recap, and then we will be out of here.
So my free trade scenarios are, as the first trade is between the Jets and the Cowboys.
The Jets received Michael Gallup and Fun Woods a first round in 1/4 round pick in this upcoming draft.
The Cowboys received Jamal Adams 1/3 any fourth round pick for this upcoming draft, Uh, the next traders between the Jets and the Ravens The Jets received Matt Jude on in a first round pick for this year, and the Ravens received Jamal Adams in 1/5 and the sixth round pick for this year's draft.
The final trade is between the Jets and the Colts.
The Jets were seen Malik Hooker a first, any four from pick for this year, and the Colts received Imo Adams in 1/3 round pick for this year.
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