Charlie, nothing really seemed to be working for you today.
Whitehurst: No, it really wasn't. You have to give them credit. They showed up and we didn't. They played hard and they won the game.
What do you mean by you didn't show up?
Whitehurst: Well, I think defensively we played well enough. On offense, we didn't do anything. There at the end, obviously we had an opportunity to hold the ball and not give it back to them, and we did and then we couldn't stop them. It's a team loss. They wanted it more than us.
What happened on that last interception?
Whitehurst: He either fell down or got held. I'm not sure. I thought he got tackled.
Postgame: Charlie Whitehurst
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