The Giants quarterback is ready to give it all he has, including a little extra credit.
When asked if he was a “Beast” for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, Wentz said, “Yeah, man.
I’m a beast.
He’s a Beast.”
Wentz’s answer was the same he gave to The Associated Press this week when asked if the Giants’ QB could be the best ever, and it was a clear reference to the “Beast Mode” he played on Sunday.
It was the third game in a row he’s thrown for 300 yards, including the game-winning TD, and a fourth game in the past five in which he’s completed a touchdown pass.
It was also the third time he has thrown for 400 yards.
Wentos said he thinks he can keep the ball moving and he knows that his “motor” will improve as he grows older, but he knows he’s never been the player he was in the NFL before.
He said he is the “greatest ever” in the game, and when asked about what he needs to do to reach that level, he said, I just want to be the greatest ever.
Watkins said the only difference between playing quarterback and quarterbacking is that “you have to be a little more physical, because you don’t have as much time.
He also said he’s a “big boy” who “can run the ball.””
If you can play, you can go play, I’m going to take that as a compliment.”
He also said he’s a “big boy” who “can run the ball.”
Watks has thrown 20 touchdowns in eight games this season, but was one of only six quarterbacks to score at least 15 touchdowns in his first four games of the season.
He also completed two more touchdown passes than he had all of last season.