While a lot of outside observers lament Buffalo’s quarterback situation with a three-man competition and no definitive runaway winner in the competition, RB LeSean McCoy sees the whole thing differently.
He’s encouraged by how even the competition is because in his mind it means the position has one important quality.
“You want depth,” said McCoy. “I think what makes a good team is depth. Whoever is the starter (at quarterback), will be the starter. But you got to have a depth chart that looks good. In this game, guys get hurt. You need the next guy to step up and play well. So your team can win. I feel like the team we have here, the coaches and players—we can get some wins. I really believe that. I think we’ll be a strong team in this division. It’s just a matter of playing one game at a team, keep working, and get out all the weird kinks here in preseason, and move on to the regular season.”
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