Q: Can you talk about that touchdown, was kind of an up and go type play?
A: Yeah, it's called a 98 deep. 98 is a slant and if there's anything deep, you take it deep. That's what it was.
Q: It seems like here at home, at the end you either need a touchdown or you lose.
A: We were moving the ball pretty well the whole game so we knew that we could get back within at least field goal range. We realized that we needed to get a touchdown so we were comfortable when we got down there; it was just finishing the deal.
Q: It seems like to us that it takes being down quite a bit for you guys to open the passing game up, is that how you feel too?
A: Sometimes. We want to give Stevie (Hicks) the ball too because he can do some damage when he does get it. At the same time, I like to throw it. It's 50-50, whatever works for us, I'm fine with it.
Q: With all of these close games, do you feel like you're almost playing down to your opponent?
A: Sometimes you can say that, but then a lot of it is us. Penalties killed us today; we had a lot of stuff that halted our drives, that interception hurt us too. I put a lot of it on us, we've just got to come out there and focus no matter who it is that we're playing.
Q: Some of your other teammates said that you didn't take them lightly, but you didn't have any emotion in the first half.
A: We had a nice early drive to get up 7-0, but at the same time it just didn't feel the same. I didn't feel like we played down to our opponent.