We've had opportunities late in games this season, but we haven't been able to quite get it done. We have to get better on the road. We have two home games left. We can win those and give us some momentum.
It was important that Mike get to kick those field goals. Our mindset was to get into field-goal position and let him kick some field goals.
Our mind-set was to get him in the game to kick field goals, and he did that.
We just can't turn the ball over. We've driven the ball, but the problem is when you turn the ball over in the gold area (inside the 20) and you don't score points, that's not good.
We just can't turn the ball over. We've driven the ball, but the problem is when you turn the ball over in the gold area and you don't score points. That's not good.
We just can't turn the ball over. The problem is when you turn the ball over in the gold area and you don't score points. That's not good.
He's a big guy, runs OK real good in the red area because he has the size and he's a good athlete that can jump. He's a tough guy that will block you, and it's good to have a guy like that.
When you're behind, the crowd's involved. We've kind of been a team that's played from behind a lot, and that's not good on the road.
He caught a lot of balls in one game all of a sudden. That's good. That helps you. ... I think he did a good job blocking. He's a good player. We drafted him as a blocking tight end who can catch the ball. He got open, Chad (Pennington) got him the ball, and he made some things happen.
I think they're one of the best, and they've kept their guys together. They have a corps of (very good special teams players).
It's good when you get a team to quit on you.
Fox addressed his team, so that kind of tells you what kind of team we are, when the head coach addresses his team about our team, ... At the end of the day, that's all that matters.
He's a folk hero right now.
He'll be in the flow of the game, we hope we don't get into a game that's 70, 80 plays. If he can get 20-something plays in, that would be great. We want to rotate those guys because it's going to be hot out there.
And that's what every coach is kind of crossing his fingers on and saying, 'I hope it's not one of my guys.'
They made big plays on third down and that's what hurt us, ... If you just stop one of those, they're off the field.
All of a sudden, he didn't get hurt anymore. Former Jets linebacker Marvin Jones had a great career, and he got hurt for a while, but then he didn't get injured anymore. So I don't know if a guy is injury prone. If it happens year after year after year, you might be right.
You feel bad, you really do. Makes your stomach hurt. You never know why. You try to sit and try to figure out why. You can't figure out why. Just part of the game, I guess.
Obviously those players aren't trying to do it on purpose, ... but those mistakes hurt you.
I think he's a good player. When Chad Pennington got hurt last year, he was a guy we considered. The Eagles wanted a little too much for him.
I've played that position. You get 10 interceptions in one season, that's pretty good. He had a great season for a guy coming off an injury.
I thought Brooks did a good job, for the most part. When he throws the ball our receivers have to catch it. We have to do a lot of things better on offense if we're going to give ourselves a chance.
Buffalo came out and got hot early, ... They ran the ball very, very well in the first half. I thought in the second half we got some momentum and got back into the game, but they did a good job of rallying when we got back in the game.
We knew going in the only way he was going to get ready to play was he had to play. When you're dealing with something like that, did we think he was going to be 100 percent No. But he had to throw the ball. He wanted to do it. We thought we brought him along right.
Did we think he was going to be 100 percent No. We knew we'd bring him along. We thought we brought it along all right.
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