It takes a different kind of individual to really think about coming back. That's major what he just went through.
It would have been nice to get him 200 yards today, but we just didn't get the opportunities to keep pounding it with him. When we did start running it, (the Jets) scored that touchdown late and it was right back to pass.
When I came in 10 years ago, some of the biggest guys were at 300 pounds. Now I'm facing D-linemen at 350, 370. You have to get heavier as the years go, because everyone else is getting bigger, faster, stronger. You have to do it to keep up.
It was terrible. It was bad. It was probably the worst pain I ever went through.
I think it's big, ... The communication is there, we don't have to make as many calls at the line. We can pretty much look at each other and know what's going on.
When it's an eight-man front, the back has to beat one guy. We can't block everybody. Knowing he has the ball and he's either going to run them over for a yard or he's going to make them pay, it's nice to know he's back there. I've seen him forearm guys and flip them on their head.
I was so proud. I thought they did a great job for the circumstances. That's only going to make us better as a team.
We were a smash-mouth team. We'd dink and dunk you down the field and every once in a while we'd go for the big play. We were very conservative, working the clock all the time.