Adobe gave you a reason, though it is not always detailed enough. Please tell us the exact rejection they gave for each picture, so we do not waste your time with wrong guesses. Thanks!
They only tell me "Quality problems"
Your coffee beans are not very sharp, exposure could be better, and they also show signs of artifacts and noise:
So, this photo, therefore, follows what is said in the rejection reason:
Thanks, sure I need to improve with my pictures.
Messi in this photo
Let me assume, you used a tripod, you should set your camera to manual mode, focus correctly and avoid this harsh light. You would get a sharp image out of the camera that would need only little rework.
You probably didn't use a tripod and tried to compensate the movement blur with extreme sharpening and processing. That does not work.
In addition to the focus and artifact issues noted by Ricky and Abambo, I find the specular highlights caused by the harsh lighting to be quite objectionable. Softer lighting, perhaps a photo light tent, would create a more pleasing result.
It looks like some bluish led lighting or a direct flash. If the means are a little limited, flashing to the ceiling May help. Or, using a simple white surface (styrofoam or cloth or a white paper sheet) could do the job.