|Tajh Boyd uses Madden analogy for NFL transition|
|by Tony Crumpton - Associate Editor - Friday, August 29, 2014 8:22 AM||
Former Clemson signal caller Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
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Boyd is still listed as the fourth quarterback on the Jets' team depth chart and the team will have to get their roster down to 53 by Saturday.
He told the media after the game: “That’s the thing, you really never know what to expect out of college,” Boyd said. “You have this perception, it’s like when you play video games right? You’ve got your guys there from college, you trade them over to Madden and their ratings drop a little bit. But it’s actually that big of a leap.”
Also, Boyd said on instagram: "1st TD felt amazing unbelievably blessed to play this game."
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