Landry Jones was considered at one point in time an elite quarterback in the collegiate ranks and potentially a top draft pick. However his college career has slipped, mainly on the lack of composure under duress and in ‘big’ games.
Landry Jones went on WGR in Buffalo with Howard Simon, who asked if he regrets staying all 4 years at Oklahoma.
“No, I don’t have any regrets at all,” Jones said, via Sports Radio Interviews. “It was definitely the right decision for me to stay for all four years.”
Jon Gruden in his ESPN segments told Jones he thinks the quarterback got bored and complacent at Oklahoma, hence the lackluster performance.
Jones doesn’t necessarily agree.
“He’s got his own opinion for sure, no doubt about it. You take it as what it is. That’s somebody’s opinion. If Coach Gruden has that opinion, that is fine. You take it and learn from it and you try to move on.”
Of course this interview taking place in Buffalo means he was their visiting the Bills who are looking for a new quarterback.
“I thought it went really good. I got to meet most of the coaches. The GM was there. I thought it went really well.”
“When I got to Buffalo we went into the meeting room, me and Coach Hackett watched some cut-ups of me. We watched film for a couple of hours and then he put me up on the board and asked me some questions about different things and all different schemes and defense and things along those lines.”