Willis of few words
Q: How is the right knee doing? McGahee: Good. Q: You're listed as questionable on the injury report. What are your chances of playing on Sunday? McGahee: Yeah, I'm pretty sure (I'll be able to go). Q: Do you need to play to keep team on roll? McGahee: I just know that I got to contribute. Q: What was going through your mind when you hyper-extended the knee? Were you freaked out? McGahee: Yeah, I was. Q: Did it feel similar to past injury? McGahee: Nope. Q: What has it been like playing in Bills offense? McGahee: It's been very exciting. We're just having fun and doing what we love to do. We've just been together as a team right now. Q: Did you think it would be this effective this quickly? McGahee: I don't know when it was going to come. It's just the process of waiting for it and just start pushing. Q: How do you think offense suits you? McGahee: It suits me pretty good. My goal is to want to have fun and make something happen. Q: What were your first impressions of Mike Mularkey? McGahee: My first impression? He's a good coach. He knows a lot about football. He knows we can be a dominant run team and pass team. Nothing has changed in our situation. Q: Were you disappointed at start of year when you weren't named starter? McGahee: No, not at all. Q: Why? McGahee: Because I knew my time would come. Q: Did coach Mularkey encourage you that it would be your time eventually? McGahee: I didn't really need any encouragement. I just knew it wasn't going to come right off the bat. So, when I did get my chance, I took advantage of it. Q: Did you think Ken Dorsey would be drafted before seventh round? McGahee: Yeah, most definitely. Q: Why did you think that? McGahee: Just the way his leadership ability is. How he is going to lead the team. Plus, his record in college. I think he lost one game in college. That speaks a lot playing at the University of Miami. Q: What did Dorsey do that inspired leadership? McGahee: He took charge when we were down in certain games. He took charge of what we should do. He was the starting quarterback. Q: What was Dorsey like in the huddle? McGahee: He was a very calm guy. He kept his composure. He didn't let too many things bother him. Q: How much responsibility do you and running backs have in giving Bledsoe time in pocket? McGahee: There is a lot because he's a great quarterback. He just needs time to get the ball out to the receivers. Us and the O-line play a big part in that. We try to give him that time. Q: Has it been a big learning experience picking up blitzes? McGahee: Oh yeah, most definitely.
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