As the season opens, Adams wants Mike Munchak's coaching staff to ensure that he "didn't spend that money for nothing."
"I knew we couldn't do it any other way. We had to get some talent in there, and the way to do it was to pay them money," Adams said. "We paid through the nose, and now we have the better players playing for us and not for the other teams. They took the money, and they are ready to get the job done."
While Adams' optimism derives from his trust of Webster and the front office, it translates directly to pressure for Munchak to improve his 15-17 record through two seasons in Nashville.
"I hope he can get it done," Adams said.