Jets rookie safety Jamal Adams wants nothing more than to win a Super Bowl with the Jets and not only does he think it's within the realm of possibility, he believes it'll happen.
Adams says he can see the future in his dreams, and those dreams regularly consist of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.
"I dream about it every day," Adams told Manish Mehta of NY Daily News. "Every day. No question. Every day. Nothing like it. It would be a dream come true. I couldn't even tell you. But in the near future from my previous dreams, I think it will happen. I see it in the future. I'm like That's So Raven... I've seen the future. I see that. You know what I'm saying? I've seen the future, brother."
The safety has started all 15 games this season on a (slightly) overachieving Jets team, making 60 tackles including 2 sacks.
"I want to be a part of a team that's ready to go out and capitalize on our potential," Adams said in the run-up to the season finale against the Patriots. "We have a lot of potential. We understand where we need to be at. We understand that when games come down to the end we got to finish in the fourth quarter. So, I'm a part of the right team. There's no other team or organization I want to be a part of. This is the right team. And it will be the right team."
Adams is ready to be a leader on that dream Jets Super Bowl team of the future.
"I'm smiling," Adams said. "I'm good... Of course, I'm going to take on the challenge. I was drafted high, so you got come in ready to play, ready to go and make change. Create change. Take on leadership. It comes with it. It comes with the role. I've always been a leader from my previous teams. I embrace it."