"I got quite a few messages," Rodriguez said. "I don’t know how many saw the game because it was so late, but they saw the highlights. A lot of friends in the profession and people I know. Usually when you lose, you dont get any messages, so it was good."
"I think it will help a little bit, but it’s going to help them too," Rodriguez said. "I wouldn't mind playing a Thursday game with a five day window as long as they had a five day window, but this will get our guys over the last game so to speak and a couple extra days to prepare."
"He should have fresh legs because he has not played much over the last couple of games," Rodriguez said. "I think he was excited to be in there and I think we have two kind of co-starters at that position. I don’t know who the first one we will roll out there next will be, but we’ll see Thursday. We’ll see how they practice."
"First three quarters were off and on," he said. "Sometimes he was on, but then he made some mistakes that at this point he shouldn't make. He is unflappable and I think that is why he responded pretty well."
"He’s got the ability to make plays," Rodriguez said. "Some guys will be there and they can’t quite make the play, but Tra’Mayne will recognize things really quick and he made a few big plays for us. He made some mistakes too, but he’s a talented guy and it’s good to get him going because we need more plays being made on defense."
"We didn't move them off the ball a little bit," Rodriguez said. "Some of it was decision making and some of it was the numbers. When they take away the opportunity to run, sometimes you have to throw. We have always said we’re not going to force the balance. We hope it comes and inevitably it does a lot of times, but it didn't come Saturday night."
"He broke his arm," Rodriguez said. "He was on the kickoff return and it went into the endzone or something. I feel bad for him, but we will wait and see if we apply for a medical or not. He is one of our best special teams players."