Q)Would you be disappointed if you didn't start against San Diego?
Bollinger: I'm a New York Jet, and my job is to fulfill the role they give me. That doesn't mean you always like it, but if they tell me I'm going, I'm going. If they tell me I'm not, then I'll be the best number two and be ready just in case something does happen. I'm going to do my job according to what they tell me my job is for that week. That's the way it is. I'm not going to sit all week and worry about things I can't control. I have plenty to work on.
Q)How frustrated were you about not getting a chance to start following the Baltimore game?
Bollinger: It's a bit disappointing, obviously, and it was tough, but I just try to tell myself that this isn't the end of it. It wasn't a one-time deal and then you're out of there. A lot can still happen. It's still a long year. I just tried to take the positive out of it, learn from the negative, and be ready if that chance comes again.
Q)What have you improved since Baltimore?
Bollinger: I think that everything just slowed down for me. I saw things clearer, I made better decisions and we got the sticks moving. We had a tempo. I'd like that the tempo was a little quicker given in the situation we're in. We were moving the sticks. We were attacking them and staying in a rhythm as an offense. In the Baltimore game we didn't really establish that.