Quarterback Daniel Jones
Q. How did you feel it went out there?
A: I thought it was good. Certainly, some things that we can sharpen up and clean up execution wise but overall, I thought we made some plays here and there. (We've) just got to be more consistent and take advantage of some of those opportunities we had.
Q. Do you feel like the deep throws were just something that you couldn't get to click today?
A: Yeah, I just missed a couple of them that normally I feel pretty good about so just got to be sharp with those and make sure we're taking advantage of the opportunities that we have.
Q. Things get more competitive against other teams, and you see different coverages. Did you assume that what you were doing back home wasn't going to make it's way here, like those deep throws?
A: I don't know. I think obviously, it's an extremely competitive situation to go and practice against another team but I think it just comes down to hitting it and taking advantage of the opportunities when we have them. Maybe it's a little bit of a different feel to practice practicing against another team but at the end of the day, you've just got to hit it.
Q. The one to tight end Darren Waller on the right side, is that one?
A: Yeah, I think that's definitely one that I'd like to have back.
Q. You've hit that a lot in practice and training camp, right?
A: Yeah, that's a play we've hit several times, had a lot of success with so I know I can do it. (I've) just got to hit it.
Q. For (wide receiver) Jalin Hyatt, did you have to adjust to his speed? Is that something that you guys have to work on?
A: I think every guy is different so you're trying to – that's largely what this time and training camps about. Learning your guys and learning their speed, how they're coming in and out of breaks, how they're accelerating. Yeah, Jalin's fast, he can run so try to get out there for him.
Q. What's the value of working against different teams in these joint practices?
A: I think just seeing different looks. Going up against different guys that you don't know as well. I think the competitive nature of these practices speeds up the game a little bit in certain situations. I think just seeing a new look, seeing a new team. You get used to practicing against your guys – your defense and what they do and to see another group is helpful. It's valuable time.
Q. Did if feel a little bit more competitive or intense today?
A: Maybe a little bit. Yeah, it definitely feels a little different going against another team and maybe the speed of the game increases a little bit but it's a helpful time.
Q. Is it accurate to say that you've been processing different in year two? Do you feel that way? How does that show up?
A: Absolutely. I think having run a lot of these plays now for a year and seeing a lot of the looks, gotten through the reads. I think the more you do anything, the more repetitions you have, the better you get at it. Still a ways to go and things that I've got to sharpen up but I think that we all feel better in year two in the system.
Q. You were a weapon in the run game last year. Can you see that part of your game elevating more?
A: Yeah, I think so. There's always opportunities to improve. I think I'll continue to look for those opportunities and when I have them, try to make the most of them.
Q. Is it more in the offense now than it was last year?
A: Maybe here or there, somewhat, but overall, it's a lot of the same stuff and I think we'll find different ways to get to it. But we certainly added a few things here and there.