Q)Does playing ever get old?
Testaverde: No, just me.
Q)Is this kind of game the reason you came back?
Testaverde: I think I can still do it, that is why I came back. If the line allows me to get hit three times a game, I'm going to play a long time.
Q)What were your emotions when you got the standing ovation when you took the field?
Testaverde: It sent chills through me. I wish I could express to them how it felt to me, but all I could do was stick my hand in the air, but I had goose bumps all over me.
Q)How did you adapt to the speed of the game?
Testaverde: During my quiet time at home, I would think about it a lot. That's the truth. Sitting there at night, laying awake in bed, thinking about the speed of the game and visualize it in my mind trying to slow it down. So when I took my first snap today, it wouldn't be 90 miles per hour. I think that helped me out a little bit.
Q)How do you think you will feel on Monday?
Testaverde: I'm going to feel fine for two reasons. One, because it was a great win, and second, because I didn't get hit too much.
Q)How do you maintain your arm strength at an advanced age?
Testaverde: Thank you for stating it like that. I've been blessed with a gift. That is why I keep coming back. I feel like I owe it to myself and the Lord who blessed me with it.
Q)How were you able to play so well with such limited practice?
Testaverde: That is part of why the coaches called me. They rely on my experience. I relied on my experience as well to win the game.
Q)What happened on the interception?
Testaverde: I just took a shot as I threw the ball. That's what happened.