Former City striker Jerome has now scored six goals in five appearances this season for the Canaries, since dropping down to the Championship on loan from Stoke City.
Adams told the club's official Twitter account: "Cameron Jerome is on fire and he took his goals really well, they were very good goals. We showed great character. The lads rolled their sleeves up and got something from the game.
"We actually played quite well in the first half, even though we went 2-0 down. There was no need for ranting and raving at half-time.
"A point is a point and it could be a crucial one. It's a really tough division - we're happy with where we are and how we're playing."
Norwich visit Shrewsbury Town in the League Cup third round on Tuesday.