My Favorite Quotes
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 Corey Chavous - “You've got a lot of good coaches on this staff. Ted Cottrell did a great job this year. I think he'd be a great head coach. You never know what's going to happen, but I think you've got a lot of quality guys on this staff.”
 Corey Chavous - “I have given it some thought that this could be my last game with the Vikings. My mom and sister are coming, and I want this game to be special. And whatever happens, I want the fans to know it's been an honor to wear the purple and gold.”
 Corey Chavous - “It's a shame to see him retire. But whoever's next up certainly has a big responsibility to carry on. Certainly as time wears on, there will be new challenges.”
 Corey Chavous - “We're a better defense than we were at the beginning of the year, and that's because we've got so many young players learning a new system ( Ted Cottrell 's) and so many young players playing at this level for the first time. I don't know what everybody else would call it. I'd call it progress.”
 Corey Chavous - “Right now, nobody thinks we have character, so who cares It's my responsibility and other guys' responsibility on the team to help guys understand where we're at right now. You're not in a division with an undefeated team. You're in a division where the leader is 2-3.”
 Corey Chavous - “I was glad we got back on the field because in those situations, you want an opportunity to make a play.”
 Corey Chavous - “You've got to tweak your game to the rule changes. Now it's a flag if you turn into a guy while trying to make a play. It didn't used to be that way. I got flagged one time for turning my head. 'You didn't turn it away,' the official said. Now why would I want to turn away from a ball that was coming my way”
 Corey Chavous - “You want to get a heads up on maybe what some guy can do because you're going to be playing against him in a couple months. They don't necessarily have a book on us, but we certainly can have a book on them.”
 Corey Chavous - “No question. We're certainly appreciative. We're glad to have him. I think his presence has done a lot for our team. I think what he adds is a confidence. He's very confident in his ability, and any time your chief and your general is confident, the troops will follow.”