Davante Adams of the Las Vegas Raiders clarifies the Derek Carr and Aaron Rodgers "Hall of Famer" comparison.

HENDERSON—Nevada Davante Adams clarified his controversial comments about Derek Carr and Aaron Rodgers on Sunday.

Adams told CBS Sports on Friday that switching quarterbacks will take some getting used to.

Rodgers, who is entering his 18th NFL season, has earned MVP four times and for Super Bowl XLV.

Carr, a three-time Pro Bowler with a 57-70 record, controls nearly every passing record in Raiders history and recently made his playoff debut .

Adams said Sunday that rapping requires bars. "Bars are a necessary. Must have line. But a rapper's delivery is key, right? My rapping was bad recently.

"I won't question why Derek isn't in the Hall of Fame. I removed a word because that's not what I meant. 

Derek's career is Hall of Fame-worthy, and why not? He has MVPs, right? No. Super Bowl champ? Nope. We're after it.

Adams and Carr were college classmates at Fresno State, and Carr's residency in Las Vegas affected the deal.