“Just the type of offense is totally different,” he said, via NYJets.com. “You’re running a true West Coast offense and working with Coach Mornhinweg, who’s in the same class as Mike Holmgren, Bill Walsh and all those guys.”
Boyd isn’t used the to precision involved in Marty Mornhinweg’s offense.
“Everything’s pretty precise, whether it’s the footwork or the read. Once you start to look at the plays and the concepts and why they’re built like that, you start to understand why everything is so precise,” he said. “You want to go out there, you can’t be a perfectionist, but at the same time that’s who I am naturally. So you get to the point where you just want to get everything.
“It takes time. I’ve got to understand that, to be patient a little bit. But I’m doing everything I can so that I’m ready and I’m confident when I go on the field.”
“I’ve got a lot of work to do as far as me understanding,” he said. “So you tell the guys to get breaks, and I’m going to get a break mentally as much as I can. But at the same time, I have to grind. There’s certain work that has to be done, so I’ve got to get in the best shape possible and get ready to compete.”