Jamal Adams is so happy he’s on the Seattle Seahawks and not playing for the New York Jets anymore.

On the “All Things Covered” podcast, Adams revealed he “fought depression” during his time with the Jets since the franchise went just 16-32 while he was in New York.

“They do not want to win,” Seahawks safety Jamal Adams said about the Jets, via Brian Costello of the New York Post.

“Let’s be honest, the Jets were the laughingstock. [In Seattle], this is how the NFL is supposed to be. This is the dream I was dreaming.”

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The Seahawks are 6-3 on the season. While the team has lost by double digits in Adams’ two games back in the lineup after he missed four games due to a groin injury, all signs point toward Seattle making the playoffs in the NFC.

The Jets are the worst team in the NFL. They are 0-9 on the season and could go completely winless. Adams and Le’Veon Bell are two Pro Bowlers who were able to get off the Jets. Adams was traded to the Seahawks before the season started, while Bell was released by New York and signed with the Kansas City Chiefs a few weeks ago.

The Seahawks will look to get back in the win column in Week 11 against the Arizona Cardinals. Seattle will be out for revenge, as Kyler Murray and Co. defeated them earlier in the season.