Darren Sproles: We pretty much knew that we had to keep going. It was going to get rough but, as a team, we knew that and knew we had to push through it.
JC: What was the tone and focus on in the locker room during halftime?
DS: It wasn't like someone gave a speech at halftime that could be attributed to our turnaround. We just knew that we had to go out there and change the force of the game. We switched some things up a bit and focused on knowing we had the players to get the job done.
RB Darren Sproles
DS: There were some technical skills we needed to change and we changed a couple steps going into the second half. Like in the first half, some of our plays weren't right for the defense the Raiders were running. They were giving us some plays that forced us to look at new situations. But, overall, we knew we had to keep fighting and push forward.
JC: How have you adjusted to LaDainian Tomlinson's injury?
DS: I don't feel extra pressure to perform on the field. Basically, I know what I can do and I know what I have to do out there. So, I try and remember that I have got to do what I can do and just give my best on the field and keep rolling. If I'm giving my best out there, there isn't much more you can ask.
JC: You have displayed your killer speed and agility numerous times. Is there anyone on the team that can match you?
DS: If anyone can match my speed on the team, it would be Antonio Cromartie. I might be able to maneuver better than him, but he can run and could definitely match my speed. If a team messes up, Cromartie will definitely be the player to step in and capitalize on their error because of his speed.
JC: A few rookies on the team have been making quite a splash. What role do you try and take with the rookies?
DS: Yeah, there definitely are a few rookies with us making great plays on the field, and it's been pretty crucial in our games. Our job is to keep their confidence up. When they make a big play, it's important to cheer for them and encourage them to keep going. So, I just try and support them to keep them progressing.