“He is really special for a lot of the reasons that won’t ever go down on a stat sheet, in my opinion,'' said offensive coordinator Mike Shula, who seemed on the verge of tears talking about Manning. “The kind of guy he is, the way he handles things, watching him how he is with you all, with his teammates, with coaches, handling the situation earlier this year. It’s just unbelievable. I’ll never forget it.''
“We had a really good day rushing the football, and we really didn’t have, as you said, a lot of explosive plays," Shula said. "I think that’s a credit to him, as well as our offensive line, to be able to move the ball efficiently and gain that many yards on the ground, without like one run for 70 and the rest have a low average. Again, like some other things that we’ve talked about, I think there are some signs that are pointing in the right direction upfront and then with Saquon.''