EJ Manuel left his head coach impressed with some of the plays he was able to make in the blue-white scrimmage Saturday night, but in no way is the third-year quarterback satisfied with his play.
“It feels good,” said Manuel of making a handful of plays Saturday. “But understanding that, you know, this isn’t all that it’s going to take to win the job. You know you’ve got to keep doing it, keep stacking good days and that’s the biggest thing, focus on what I can do to get better and not worry about anything else.”
Manuel admitted he was more aggressive than he would’ve been last year at this time and was charged up by getting the nod to start the scrimmage with the first unit.
“Once I knew I was starting I definitely said lets go out and have fun because if you try to do too much, that’s when you play locked up and you’re not doing what you know you can do,” said Manuel. “So, I definitely felt like I was able to take a breath of fresh air and just go out here and play. There’s some things I still want to clean up, but I had fun, that was the biggest thing.”
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