On Jessie Armstead's performance.
A: Jessie is our heart and soul. When Jessie comes ready to play, he brings everybody with him. The one thing I can say about Jessie is that he is probably the only guy I've ever played with that there is not an injury that holds him out. If you saw the injury with his hamstring, the fact that he played a few more plays in that game and that he came out the next week and played...I've never been around a guy - outside of L.T - who can have that and set the pain aside. And I think he inspires guys by that. I think I'm just lucky I'm able to play with him and he came in with me.
Q: Flip that ball to a teammate on the touchdown?
A: No way. I'm not flipping. I wanted all the glory for myself. You know Michael Barrow made a great play. That was truly just Michael Barrow being determined and just going all out in order to make a play. And once he stripped it, I said here's an opportunity for us to put some points on the board. At that point we were a little stagnant. We needed something to happen for us. After I picked it up, I saw the fullback and I knew he was going to go low. So my only thing was to try to make enough steps to try and get in the end zone. And I was able to shake him off.
Q: Defensive huddle when Seattle was on the 30-yd line?
A: We knew they were going to try and run the ball, try and get a first down and a field goal out of it or a touchdown. We didn't say much in the huddle. It seemed to have settled down. It seemed like more of a playoff atmosphere in the second half. For some reason, everybody settled down, everybody was having fun. And I told Shaun Williams that was the first time I saw him on the sidelines and Sam Garnes excited and a smile on their face. And they were producing big hits which really turned the tide as far as the running game is concerned.
Q: Talk about the Eagles next...
A: Next Sunday in Philadelphia will probably be the most intense game I've ever played. Maybe more intense than here last year during the playoffs. Because you know, it's Philly and those fans are definitely going to be behind them. You've just got to go out with thick skin and play your best and hope for the best.
Q: Do you think you have a shot?
A: I think we have a good chance. As long as we believe we can do it, and as long as we continue to fight until the end, then we've got a great chance to win. That's one thing we've realized. We don't quit. We're going to fight all week until the clock expires. That's one thing my dad always told me. Never ask for anything. Just ask for an opportunity. And we have been given opportunities three or four times this year and that's what I thought in my head. We have an opportunity and we have to make the most of it. Don't short yourself. This is a great season. It's a shot. Who would have thought at 7-7 you could be excited about winning your division and making the playoffs? And I think we are.
Q: Sack record?
A: You know what, I'm just playing. I'm just hoping to put pressure. I am just trying to make every play count. And if I get the record, I get it and if I don't, then I'll move on to the next play and the next game. That's the mentality I have to take. I can't go into the game only concerned about that because it hurts the team in other areas. I take a lot of pride in doing everything and that's my goal.