Brett Hundley talked to the media the week of the Washington game.
On the Arizona film:
They were dropping a lot and we actually got to take advantage of the 1on1 on the outside. We had a couple shots with Fuller and JP and threw to JP twice downfield. We had some shots and opportunities and came up with a big one and that sort of helped us.
On if its always on his mind to throw downfield:
If we can make it one and done with the pass, I'll take it. But if I have the intermediate routes, I'll take it.
On why defenses keep doing it:
I hope its out of respect for the passing game.
On Washington's defense:
Very fast defense, a great player in Shaq Thompson. He's playing on both sides of the ball. Their coaches coach them up well. Its gonig to be a tough game for us. You can't take anyone in this conference lightly.
On how much less he'll have to worry about Thompson if he's playing defense:
A lot less. I've seen him play running back as well, so we'll see what they do. Their defense in general is a good one.
On if having Myles similate Thompson helps:
Yeah. To have Myles, just in the UA game, to pick up a first down, makes it a lot easier.
On his confidence level:
It helps just to know that we can pick up a win against a top tier opponent. At the same time, we have to stay even keel about this. We have a bye after Washington and hopefully we can ride a high into the bye.
On what he's thinking when he runs:
Basically picking up the yards and keeping the chains moving. Like I said, when you drop eight into zones, sometimes you have to check down, but when you're running, it's all about first downs.
On Washington's defensive line:
Their defensive line is great. It's going to be a big challenge. I know our offensive line is up for it.
On Arizona keying on Myles Jack on offense:
I think there is a lot of respect for Myles. When he's in the game, he's in for a reason, and he's going to make some special things happen for us.
On if his eyes light up when all eyes are focused on Jack:
Yeah. When you have attention on one person, it allows for plays for everyone else.
On if he knew they asked Myles to play offense full time:
Really? I'm glad he stayed on defense. He's a good linebacker. He's a good running back too.
On the punishment Myles Jack takes:
Even being a quarterback, I don't take nearly as many hits, but it does put a tear on your body. Just him keeping his body healthy is huge.
On why they've been so good on the road this year:
Resilience. When you go on the road and in a hostile environment, and its you against everyone else, you have that urge to get out of their with a W.
On the offensive line's improvement:
They've been playing well the whole year but these past couple of games, we've seen a transformation and things are clicking. They've done a good job until this point and they'll continue to do their thing this season.
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