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Videos: Patriots Mascot Gets Laid Out At Pro Bowl Practice

An external view of the New England Patriots stadium.

FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 26: The Super Bowl banners are displayed before a game between the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium on November 26, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

The New York Jets and New England Patriots don't get along that well. That was evident on Wednesday afternoon as Jamal Adams showed his displeasure for the Patriots by taking out the team's mascot.

The NFL's best players - not playing in the Super Bowl - flocked to Florida for the Pro Bowl and Adams decided that was the perfect time to show his frustration with the Patriots organization by destroying the New England mascot with a punishing blow.

Pat Patriot turned around just in time to see the safety get a running start before finishing the tackle.

Check it out.

We're pretty sure Adams would get flagged for unnecessary roughness if this was a real NFL game. The former No. 6 overall pick hasn't had much success against Tom Brady and company during his short NFL career.

In the past two seasons, the Jets are 0-4 against the Patriots, which could be why Adams is so fed up with New England.

Of course, we're aware this was just a stunt for the crowd to enjoy, but we're still pretty sure the person in the Pat Patriot costume wasn't pleased with being hit by an NFL safety.

Meanwhile, the Patriots are gearing up for their ninth Super Bowl.