The players on offense are focused on winning the season finale despite all the upheaval in the wake of head coach Rex Ryan’s dismissal as well as Assistant head coach Rob Ryan. But going into the game with EJ Manuel as the starter at quarterback instead of Tyrod Taylor felt a bit strange for some of them.
“Yep, that’s the business side of this,” said Richie Incognito. “As much as we’d like to say this is a game and go out there and have fun, there’s a big business behind this. That’s what it boils down to. That’s a business decision that was made. As players you’ve got to be professionals and handle that and we rally behind EJ. Now it’s EJ’s turn to go out and show what he can do and we’re excited about it.”
“I don’t think it’s fair, but that’s the business part of it. It is what it is,” said Robert Woods of the quarterback change. “That’s part of the game. There’s money involved and there’s playing involved. That part is the money part and that’s their decision and all we can do is just go out there, play with EJ [Manuel] and win the game.”
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