"I think the first week of training camp I felt pretty comfortable because a lot of those plays we did during OTAs and minicamp so it was already the second time I'd seen them," he said. "But once we entered the second week of training camp, that's when we started putting in new plays again, that's when I felt like I was spinning. ... I would say maybe Tuesday through the Friday before the game I was a little frustrated, my head was spinning a little."
"It definitely shows to myself as well as the coaching staff and other players that I belong, that I at least have some idea of what I'm doing out there," Skelton said. "It kind of eases the rest of training camp and the rest of preseason."