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 Brian Griese - “I really didn't know if it was an incompletion or a fumble or what the ruling was, ... I came out wanting to throw the ball to Cadillac in the flat quick, and the ball was really slick with the field and it just came out of my hand.”
 Brian Griese - “I really didn't know if it was an incompletion or a fumble or what the ruling was. I came out wanting to throw the ball to Cadillac in the flat quick, and the ball was really slick with the field and it just came out of my hand.”
 Brian Griese - “He's been hurt a little this year, ... and that's kind of kept him from being the type of player he was last year. But I fully expect him to get healthier and regain the form he had last year.”
 Brian Griese - “I've always had a lot of respect for Rod, and if they have interest in me, I would love to go up there and see what the interest is.”
 Brian Griese - “I'm going to go out and try to be the best player I can be and help the Chicago Bears win.”
 Brian Griese - “We've got a lot of potential on offense. But really potential doesn't mean much if you don't realize it.”
 Brian Griese - “We got the young kid Williams some touches, which was good, and I thought we ran the ball hard. But we need to put more points on the board.”
 Brian Griese - “You know, for their first time out, I thought they did a great job ... in pass protection and also in the running game,”
 Brian Griese - “We're still learning about him every day. Learning how much of the offense he can handle, how much he can process in a short amount of time. He's got some tremendous talent.”
 Brian Griese - “It's hard sometimes. I would say the receivers and the tight ends have to be alert as to every word I say in the huddle. The offensive linemen are waiting to hear specific words, so it's a little easier for them.”
 Brian Griese - “This is a sad, sad day for me, ... Sean Mahan got me. I'm a man of my word, though. I'm going to take it like a man. This thing is already giving me a headache, though.”
 Brian Griese - “I've learned a lot over the years, ... Playing quarterback in the NFL is probably the hardest position on the field, mentally and physically, and from that standpoint, I have learned a lot. It takes a special individual to be able to do it.”
 Brian Griese - “I think we have a good mix. We have some guys that have played a lot of football that are on our team now, but I'm really excited about the young guys that we have. Just the energy and the youth, there's a lot to be said for that.”
 Brian Griese - “I can make better decisions, ... I need to stop turning the ball over in situations.”
 Brian Griese - “They make a lot of plays. This team feeds on turnovers. Last year they were able to do that. We have to limit turnovers, run the football and be smart.”
 Brian Griese - “They make a lot of plays and feed on turnovers. Last year, they were able to do that, and this year, in the first game, obviously they were able to do that. So we have to limit the turnovers, run the football and be smart.”
 Brian Griese - “I think they were really aggressive. I think both Anthony Davis and Dan Buenning were very aggressive on the left side. I don't know if you realized but the majority of the time when we were running the ball it was to the left side of the field behind those guys. I think they did a great job of establishing the line of scrimmage. And they did a better job in pass protection than I think any of us thought they would, so that was very encouraging.”
 Brian Griese - “They're working really hard, and I think there are obviously some young guys that are going to be playing. I don't know how many, but I'm excited about the tenacity with which they play.”
 Brian Griese - “I think obviously looking back at last year and then their first game this year, they're tremendously talented and they have a great scheme. They have a lot of speed at the linebacker position, they have two guys up front who are really good at stopping the run and two guys on the edges who are good at rushing the passer. They do some zone blitzing, they play man-to-man coverage, they do all-out blitzing. They mix it up well.”
 Brian Griese - “They're great players, have been great players for a long time. There's no doubt about that. They make plays, and that's the reason they've been around for so long. Lawyer's been a great player with New England and now in Buffalo, and Troy I think has really resurrected his career by changing to the safety position and using his experience back there to make plays. You have to be careful with those guys.”
 Brian Griese - “I really believe the only thing you can control in those situations is what you do as a player but also how you interact with your teammates, which is critical.”
 Brian Griese - “I'm going to weigh the options, ... The only thing I can control right now is to get in the best shape I can and be ready for an opportunity if it presents itself.”
 Brian Griese - “I don't think any player worth his salt is content to be a backup, especially someone who has been a starter before. So I'm not going to resign myself to anything. I'm going to try to be the best player I can be and help the Chicago Bears win.”
 Brian Griese - “I don't see last year as being representative of me as a player, ... I just haven't thrown interceptions like that 19, one more than in his entire college career. As the year went on, I found myself trying to make plays that weren't there. In this league you can't use injuries as an excuse, and I won't. I know I have to play better.”
 Brian Griese - “Ike was open. I had to hold the ball a little bit longer for him to clear. It was a blitz. I just overthrew him, and they picked it off.”

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