At the beginning, it was a little shaky. That's to be expected with new guys in there. You don't expect them to be all-stars off the bat. Once we settled in, I thought we did a really good job. ... It was just two plays. They cost us 14 points.
He said he was getting the rust off. So I thought I'd buy him some stuff to help him.
In hindsight, it's funny, ... At the time, it was like, 'Oh no, not again.'
Coach Shannon, he popped in the tape and was like, 'Just watch him. Watch how he plays,' ... Coach was like, 'You could be just like him.'
humbling. Our game is to stop the run and for whatever reason, we didn't do that. We'll look at films, see what we did wrong and learn from it.
Linebacker Jonathan Vilma said a division title was still within the Jets' reach. Definitely there's time, ... Buffalo lost yesterday, so we still can just win out.
That's normal speed for me,
It's good to know we're going to be the last one. That makes it that much more special for us. We're going to be in the history books as the last Monday night game on ABC.
They have a two-headed monster back there. We just really didn't do a good job getting it done.
They made us miss and it cost us a couple of touchdowns. That was the ballgame.
If it's true that you learn from your mistakes, the Jets will be well educated next week. They made us miss and it cost us a couple of touchdowns, ... That was the ballgame.
People like to focus on a narrow stereotype, like if we didn't have football then we wouldn't have made it, ... The reality is, there are a lot of football players like me who came out of the middle class.
Some things were said to individuals and some things were said in groups. It was friendly, but there was meaning behind it. It's never always going to be smooth sailing, but it's time to be winners again.
That can deflate a defense, especially at crunch time. We know he's going to make some plays. We have to not get down if he makes a first down on a scramble. We just have to keep playing.
That can deflate a defense, especially at crunch time, ... We know he's going to make some plays. We have to not get down if he makes a first down on a scramble. We just have to keep playing.
I can apply a lot of things, ... Lining up, technique and things like that, and doing it consistently, play after play. He doesn't make bad reads. He gets after it. He's always around the ball. Things like that you can always pick up from him.
We knew what they were going to do, we didn't get the job done. I don't know why we didn't make the tackles we should have made. It cost us a couple of touchdowns, and that was the game. That was our game plan coming in, stop the run. We didn't do that. It's humbling.
I couldn't do much talking there, ... Missed tackles is what it was. It's not the play calling, it's not the game plan. We'd get to the ball and we just didn't finish.
The perception for us is we're going to be great. We have guys people may be worried about, but we're not worried about them. You're talking about two guys that are playmakers.
I don't think there is any chance they will make it. No reason to doubt history.
They have a good defense, we have a good defense. Baltimore is known for their defense. They pride themselves on stopping the run. They pride themselves on not giving up points.
Nate Webster was in college when I was in high school, ... Anytime I watched Nate, I tried to play like him. He was another 'next Ray Lewis.' He was very good, very good.
That's them being selfish. I don't care. As long as my teammates aren't rooting for us to lose, I'm fine.
In this business, nobody is going to feel sorry for you. You have to create your own luck.
Our attitude is we can't give up anything now. We know if we do that and give our offense a chance to win it, we'll be in the games. We love to have the pressure on our shoulders, that's what a lot of guys are built on.