Quarterback Davis Webb
Q: Obviously you don't really know what your situation will be on Sunday but the prospect of the fact that you may be brought up in uniform in London, what might that mean to you?
A: First off, be a good teammate and hopefully (Quarterback) Daniel (Jones) and (Quarterback) Tyrod (Taylor) are feeling much better each day leading up to that. Then if it does happen just keep preparing like you have been for the last five and a half years.
Q: I know a lot of times you work ahead and you're not necessarily preparing for the opponent. Is this week different for you in that regard?
A: Yeah, it's still day to day, so we'll kind of see how that progresses. Always try to get ahead as much as I can. This has come up before in my career where you kind of don't go as head to head. Last year, I think we had a Covid issue with (Quarterback) Mitchell (Trubisky) and (Quarterback) Jake (Fromm) so it was a similar situation. We'll play it by ear, and we'll see what happens.
Q: How do you feel after watching Sunday's game and you kind of watch both quarterbacks go out to injuries?
A: It's not fun seeing your friends get hurt. Especially one that's hobbling every step and the other one that gets hit pretty hard on our sideline getting the first down, selling his heart on the line for the team. I mean everybody saw that, that was a legit play, and we don't take that lightly. Hopefully they can get healthy soon.
Q: You made your debut last year; you had a run, but you didn't throw a pass?
A: Two knees. Two knees, a couple hand-offs. Got the win.
Q: Is there a part of you that's dying to get into a game one day and how often do you think about it?
A: Yeah, I think that's why I wanted to keep playing too, and not coach. I think you do want to play but Daniel's the starting quarterback here and Tyrod's the backup. I'm going to continue to work to get an opportunity.
Q: What was that decision like this offseason? That's a pretty attractive coaching opportunity I'd imagine, but obviously you chose this.
A: It was a rough couple of weeks. A lot of pros, a lot of cons. Had to make a decision quick. I'm happy I came here. I've got to learn from (Offensive Coordinator) Mike (Kafka) and (Quarterbacks Coach) Shea (Tierney) again, and (Head Coach Brian) Dabs (Daboll) and (Offensive Line Coach) Bobby (Johnson). Just kind of see year one of the system. When I got to Buffalo, they were in year two in the system, and I've learned a lot. It will help me down the road as a player and a coach.
Q: As a quarterback does it help that the running game is going so well?
A: Yeah, I think the o-line is playing really, really well. We've mixed and matched a couple of guys and they're still going in there and executing. I think Bobby and (Assistant Offensive Line Coach) Tony (Sparano Jr.) have done a good job in that regard. (Running Back) Saquon (Barkley), (Running Back) Matt (Breida), (Running Back) Gary (Brightwell), (Running Back) Antonio (Williams), (Running Back Jashaun) Corbin, (Running Back) Sandro (Platzgummer), all guys that can get positive yards. Hopefully we continue that pace.
Q: How did you feel Daniel looked today? From the short period that we were out there it looked like he was moving pretty well. Which seems surprising after we've seen him hobble around Sunday.
A: He's a tough guy. He works hard at it. This is the most important thing in his life, and he's been that way since the day I met him. You can rally around a leader like that.
Q: Could you tell at all that he was laboring out there?
A: I'm not sure, you'd have to ask him about that kind of stuff. He spun it well. I think he could've spun it on Sunday if he needed to. He's a tough guy and I think he'll be ready to rock whenever he feels good.
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