NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Need to accuse the Jets of tanking this season? Quincy Enunwa gained’t cease you.
The Jets extensive receiver informed the New York Submit that “it’s arduous to argue … when everyone sees all of the stuff that’s going.”
Chatting with the newspaper whereas taking in a Mets recreation at Citi Area on Sunday, Enunwa admits to “sulking” after watching the parade of excessive-priced veterans leaving Florham Park — Darrelle Revis, Brandon Marshall, Nick Mangold, David Harris and Eric Decker, amongst others.
However Enunwa says he’s now over it and able to transfer ahead.
“It hasn’t a lot modified my mindset,” Enunwa stated. “Plenty of the blokes simply need to win. No matter it takes. I do know they reduce some guys clearly, however that’s the enterprise.”
Enunwa stated he believes the gamers who’re nonetheless on the roster will give their greatest effort.
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“Our jobs are on the road. Our households (rely upon us),” he stated. “We’re on the market to work and get our paycheck and win video games. Individuals are all the time going to say that sort of stuff, however we’re simply going to play.”
The Jets, who went 5-eleven final season, open coaching camp July 29 at Florham Park.