Jamal Adams, an ex-Jets safety, has been roasted over a viral tweet that reads, “Meme That S***.”

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‘Meme That S***,’ says ex-Jets safety Jamal Adams in response to a viral tweet.

Some things should be left unsaid in life.

Twitter, like social media in general, is both a great and a terrible invention.

It offers a fantastic platform for staying in touch with people from all walks of life in a simple and user-friendly manner.

On the other hand, it is frequently the cesspool of our culture.

At least a lot of New York Jets fans were able to laugh about it this week.

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What did he say?

Jamal Adams intercepts it in the end zone!

SEAvsGB on CBS: NFL App pic.twitter.comBchkXLafUs (hashtag)

— November 14, 2021, NFL (@NFL)

The Seattle Seahawks took on the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers were facing off in a matchup between two quarterbacks who were making their comebacks for their respective teams.

The game was billed as a showdown between two of the NFL’s best passers, but it turned out to be a slugfest instead.

The Packers won 17-0, and Seattle was shut out for the first time in Wilson’s tenure.

Despite this fact, former Jets safety Jamal Adams chose to highlight a specific play from that game on Twitter:

“Prez! (hashtag)Meme that s***!”

(hashtag)Prez pic.twitter.comnRbfMapYOd

November 16, 2021, Jamal Adams (@Prez)

Rodgers scrambled and threw a pass into the end zone with 2:39 left in the third quarter, but Adams intercepted it.

Roasted, BOOM.

Adams was immediately roasted on social media after sending that tweet for a variety of reasons.

This tweet was sent the day after his team was defeated 17-0, dropping to 3-6 on the season.

After a tough loss in the middle of a brutal season, it seems odd to highlight an individual performance in a team sport.

Adams’ interception was his third of his career, and his first in a Seattle uniform in what has been a down year for the Seahawks in 2021.

Adams has zero sacks this season after breaking the single-season sack record for a defensive back (9.5) in 2020.

It’s also worth mentioning that the 26-year-old signed a four-year contract worth more than…

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