A: Huge. At their stadium, first game of the year. It is so important in this league to get out of the blocks quick and try to set yourself on top early. So when you are playing a team that is a contender and you are playing them on their home field. It is a huge game for us. It will be big for us to go out there and play well early on and set the tempo early on cause it is tough to play in that stadium with the fans and the crowd that they've got when they get behind them.
Q: What do you look at as the biggest challenge for you in the NY defense?
A: I just think that their defense is solid. They've been solid for years. They have been one of the better teams in the league; the corners continue to get more and more experienced. They looked very good, played with a lot of confidence and they put a lot of pressure on them in that defense to lock down and be able to cover guys one on one. And obviously their pass rushing has always been great, you always have to take care of Strahan but they have four guys up front that can push the pile and move things up front and that is obviously a huge key, one of the things that we struggled with the past few games is the pressure up front. If you can dictate things with your pressure up front it just makes it easier on the guys in the back end. So that is something that we just have to sure up and make sure that we eliminate their pass rush and are able to try to do some things down the field.
Q: Can you talk about the injuries that you have had to overcome and how you are throwing the ball right now?
A: I feel like I am throwing the ball as well as I ever have. My hand is healthy, finally, after a couple of years with the injuries I have suffered. The hand feels great, the strength is back, I am throwing the ball well, which is nice. It is nice to be back in a position where you don't have to fight through those things and just go out and play and not really worry about it, that is where I am right now and I am looking forward to going into the season that way.