Quincy Enunwa: Hard to argue Jets aren't trying to tank

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 17, 2017

Quincy Enunwa won't stop you.

The New York Jets appear to be throwing away the 2017 season to kickstart their rebuilding process, and Jets receiver Quincy Enunwa doesn't disagree with that perception. The "stuff" Enunwa is referring to of course, is the purging of the Jets roster that has seen veteran stalwarts David Harris and Nick Mangold let go, along with the likes of Brandon Marshall, Darrelle Revis and Marcus Gilchrist.

But Enunwa says he's now over it and ready to move forward.

Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Patriots on November 27, 2016, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Now having said all that, Enunwa does not actually think that the players on the Jets roster are going to tank in 2017. "A lot of the guys just want to win".

All of the cuts have left the Jets with few established leaders on offense or defense as the front office prepares to take an extended look at the team's young players as they hope to set themselves up to draft of the future with what will likely be a top-three pick in the 2018 draft.

Enunwa said he believes the players who are still on the roster will give their best effort.

"The stuff that's going on" refers to the Jets' decision to void their roster of nearly every veteran player this offseason. Our jobs are on the line. We're out there to work and get our paycheck and win games.

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