Davante Adams expresses articulation about going from 'Corridor of Famer to Hall of Famer' was misjudged

Davante Adams conceded today that he left out a catchphrase in an explanation as of late and that proclamation then proceeded to take on an unmistakable overflow of energy

The assertion was something with the impact of leaving one Hall of Fame quarterback to one more Hall of Fame quarterback.

The understanding of that, normally, was that Adams was calling both Aaron Rodgers and Derek Carr Hall of Fame quarterbacks. 

The previous being an easy decision first voting form Hall of Famer, making that piece of the assertion undeniable. 

The last option caused a stir.

Adams was allowed the opportunity to explain his assertion Sunday, thus he did.

"What I intended to say was regardless of whether you go Hall of Famer to Hall of Famer it's a change," said Adams.

"*Even in the event that it is* Hall of Famer to Hall of Famer, there will be a change.

I wasn't expressing Hall of Famer Aaron to Hall of Famer Derek.

He later added "Any time you change quarterbacks is the thing I was getting at."

That sounds much more objective.Only so there wasn't extra misconstruing (or put in a bad mood), 

Adams proceeded to clarify that he was not withdrawing his assertion to the degree that he's expression 

Derek Carr is equipped for being a Hall of Fame type quarterback.

"What I won't do is say that Derek won't be a Hall of Famer," Adams added.

"I truly do believe Derek's profession is Hall of Fame commendable, and no difference either way.