It’s been a deplorable 2022 season for the Las Vegas Bandits.
Assumptions were through the rooftop for this group, particularly after they employed Josh McDaniels and afterward exchanged for star wide collector Davante Adams.
They’ve neglected to satisfy their exclusive standards as they’re only 2-7 through nine games. Surprisingly more terrible, six of their seven misfortunes have been by one score.
After their 25-20 misfortune to the Indianapolis Foals on Sunday, Adams talked about the proceeded with battles and thinks that not every person is completely purchased in.
“Simply need more folks that are completely purchased in,” Adams said (first translated by ProFootballTalk). “I don’t think individuals are like, you know, ‘F what McDaniels is referring to or ‘I’m contradicting some common norms.’ It’s simply a question of executing when now is the right time. It implies playing a total game, the entire game, giving it all that you have. It’s taking care of your business and making the plays whenever you’re approached and getting the potential open doors, and we simply don’t do that at a sufficiently high level at this moment.”
Adams has been perhaps of the most useful player in the group so far. He has north of 100 getting yards in six of the Thieves’ initial nine games this season.
They’ll attempt to rescue their best of this season beginning with their game against the Denver Mustangs on Nov. 20.