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 Ted Lilly - “This is the best I've felt. My shoulder felt good, so I would've liked to have thrown a little bit better,”
 Kristine Lilly - “The ball was constantly moving around, but towards the end of the game, we started playing out wide a bit more and created some good chances. It was an exciting game. They hit the crossbar, we hit the crossbar, but in the end I think we created a few more chances than them.”
 John Lilly - “Here's a guy who is obviously not the ideal size, but we've found out a lot about his heart. I think that is something you always get when you get somebody from Madison County.”
 Bob Lilly - “My hero when I was a boy was Sammy Baugh, who was in the pros already, but he came from a little town near where I grew up.”
 John Lilly - “In the province of the mind, what one believes to be true either is true or becomes true.”
 Bob Lilly - “I attribute my entire football career, as far as getting me started, getting me interested, keeping me that way was my father. He went to every game even though he was crippled and wasn't real healthy.”
 Ted Lilly - “I think I realize how necessary it is to prepare for a long season. I thought last year I would be able to catch up and get myself ready to go to start the season. But I was just never as prepared as I needed to be.”
 Ted Lilly - “I didn't think that would be very difficult. He's been at this for a long time, he knows what he's doing. I have a lot of confidence in him, it's just a matter of me going out there and executing pitches.”
 Ted Lilly - “You can't pitch around them every time. They're not the only two good hitters in their lineup.”
 Ted Lilly - “The main thing is, it's not something that I can injure any further. I'd like to get on the mound one more time before Saturday.”
 Bob Lilly - “We started playing the Baltimore Colts early, and I was still very impressed with Johnny Unitas, who just passed away recently. I thought he was one of the best quarterbacks at the time when I was very young, he was in his prime.”
 John Lilly - “Now, you've got guys who haven't even played a down in their junior year, and they're being ranked and they're being hammered about who they like, ... They're getting tired of it by the time their senior year rolls around.”
 Ted Lilly - “A lot of times, they feel that pressure.”
 John Lilly - “But if you can sustain a streak against somebody, I think it does have some effect. In a particular case where you've lost to somebody a few times in a row, you need to prove to people you can beat them.”
 Bob Lilly - “Today, free agency takes away a lot of your heroes, they go somewhere else. Some of them don't but a lot of them do-take the higher offer to go somewhere else. And, it turns the fans off because they get attached to the players.”
 John Lilly - “It only makes sense that they are going to try to find out if you quarterbacks can win the game, especially with us because we have young quarterbacks and a bunch of young receivers and proven talent at running back. It's a work in progress. At least we'll come out of the month of September having passed that test. Beyond that we'll wait and see.”
 Kristine Lilly - “He gave us the game back, in a sense. He told us to go out there and enjoy it. Some players were worried about making mistakes, and he said, 'Don't worry, enjoy yourself.”
 John Lilly - “We fell probably one player short. I'll take responsibility for that. Sometimes with timing and the way you set things up.... sometimes you guess wrong.”
 Bob Lilly - “We were always in contention-18 out of 19 years in the playoffs. And all that was because we had a pretty good offense, and we had that flex defense.”
 Bob Lilly - “I think Jim Taylor was very underrated, never hear much about him. We played Green Bay every year in exhibition, and generally we played them every couple of years in regular season. And I always thought he was a fierce competitor.”
 John Lilly - “We feel like if we can finish it off the right way, it will be another phenomenal year. That's the key, being able to put them together - one, two, three years in a row.”
 Ted Lilly - “I'd still like better results than there were (yesterday) but the main thing is we hung on and we won and that's nice,”
 Ted Lilly - “I didn't feel that good (Monday). I'm pleasantly surprised with how it went (yesterday).”
 Kristine Lilly - “The Mrs. T's people were pretty much behind bringing me out here and fortunately Karyn and her mom won. Everyone gave me a warm welcome when I got here, it was a great afternoon and evening with the girls here.”
 Ted Lilly - “The organization expects me to be a significant contributor and I certainly expect that of myself. When I go into any season, the last four years, I believed that I was going to get the ball 30-32 times, if healthy. I want to be one of those guys who wins 20 games. That's always been a goal of mine. Even after last year, I still have those types of high expectations.”

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