Jaleel Wadood after the game:
On the biggest difference from the defense:
Just playing assignment football. Playing with great technique and with a great mindset to come out here and win that game.
On improving on all aspects:
Just going out there and doing my job, not trying to do to much and going out and playing for the team.
On if they feel at times they have to make more plays:
Not really that, but people not playing assignment football. That's the main thing. If everyone does their job, we're going to come out with the W.
On what this does for their confidence:
It's a greater challenge and knowing we can do the job that we did tonight and it just proves we can do it week in and week out. We can do what it takes.
On if they feel they can start rolling:
We felt like that every week, if its a shaky win or a loss, I believe in my defense and we can prove ourselves week in and week out that we can be the defense that offenses fear.
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