Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams exited Sunday’s game and was evaluated for a concussion as the result of a blow to the head on a hit from Bills’ Taylor Rapp during the fourth quarter.

Adams did not return to the game, which Las Vegas lost 38–10, but he had plenty to say about the incident when the topic was broached by reporters on Wednesday.

Adams was critical of the play from Rapp, calling it “unnecessary” and taking a dig at the safety’s style of play, via Paul Gutierrez of ESPN

“Was it unnecessary? Completely, obviously,” Adams said. “But, certain players play a certain way, too. Some people, out of control, they fly around, they don't really have much true purpose out there. I mean, playing a half field on one side, you run over and hit somebody in the head on the other side of the field.

“That's the kind of stuff that contributes to you not being on the field. That's why you're in when you're blowing us out by 25 at the end of the game. Maybe if that man learns how to play the game the right way, he'll see the field. Until then, he'll have to go and live off of plays like that, I guess.”

Fortunately, Adams participated in full in the Raiders’ practice on Wednesday, so it would appear he’s on track to play in Week 3 against the Steelers.

Rapp, 25, spent the first four years of his career with the Rams, who drafted him in the second round in 2019. He featured in 57 games, starting 48, before joining Buffalo this offseason. He has yet to log a start with the Bills, having played on just 26% of the team’s defensive snaps.