Jeromey Clary: It's a little surreal. It's kind of hard to process everything that happened within the offensive line. We had players that went down and two backups came in. The third quarter was a little rough, kind of trying to get our feet back, trying to get our breath back. We just do what we need to do and we finished it out. So that's all we can say: we finished.
AD: How do you think your teammates responded once you were taken out, specifically the offensive line?
JC: I think we were good. Obviously, there was a short hiccup, but Mooch (Scott Mruczkowski) and Brandyn Dombrowski, who you know is a first-year player, so I am proud of him.
OT Jeromey Clary
JC: Well, it's kind of hard to judge because we ended up losing two [players], but obviously we started slow. Our defense kept us in the game. We were able to keep powering away and it fell in our hands.
AD: How was the offseason for the offensive line?
JC: You know, it was good. It was a lot of our first offseasons all together -- nobody had surgery and all those things -- so it was good for us. And we were able to work out together and spend the entire offseason together.
AD: The offensive line isn't considered a strength on the Chargers' roster. How does the unit respond to that sentiment?
JC: I don't know how to answer that. We just keep going to work. People can have perceptions of what they want, but inside we feel pretty confident about ourselves. And we kept going to work and keep trying to get better. We won and we came out with a victory.
AD: How do you think you've improved over the past year or so?
JC: I guess working with a younger guy, we were able to manage the situation pretty well [on Monday]. And I didn't panic at the end, which you might watch the game and think differently. But once we settled down, we were able to communicate pretty well, considering we never worked together.