Fassel on Will Peterson: He played outstanding. Maybe of all the DBs, he might've played the best. I don't know. He's a tough guy. He dislocated his toe during the game and kept playing. I've been doing this a long time. I've never heard of a guy dislocating a toe. Elbows, knees, fingers, everything else, but not a toe. To come back and make that last play, that was critical. That was a big time vet play. That had to be a great catch. He had good coverage on the guy, and he had to make a special play. And he did.
Fassel on Johnnie Lynn: I think Johnnie is doing an outstanding job, especially with our organization and coordination of all the input on defense. Johnnie is doing what you have to do as a coordinator or a head coach. You've got people and you've got to be able to coordinate all their efforts and all their thinking and be able to put it into one common thought. You've got to draw stuff out of people, and I think he's doing an outstanding job. You can just see the way they operate. The one thing about Johnnie is that he is a very cool customer on the sideline. A very cool customer.
Fassel on Kenny Holmes: He played outstanding. He got the game ball on defense this week. This was, in my opinion, probably the best game he has played since he has been here. He was a factor. He got sacks, he got hits on the quarterback, he got the batted ball. He did some things, and he has a couple of great hustle plays. He took his game to a new level against an outstanding tackle in Orlando Pace. He took it to a new level. Guys like Pace can just erase you from the whole equation.