Q)Aside from that one hit by KGB, you were basically untouched today. How well did the offensive line play?
Pennington: Our guys just keep getting better and better. They work well with each other, and they communicate with each other. I think that says a lot about having a core group of guys that have had a chance to really gel together.
Q)What are your thoughts on winning three of the last four?
Pennington: We seem to be putting full games together and I think that is important later in the season. In order to be successful, you have to play well as a team and compliment each other in all facets of the game - special teams, offense and defense.
Q)The Packers have two good cornerbacks in Al Harris and Charles Woodson. How were you guys able to be so effective against them?
Pennington: Woodson and Harris do a great job on the outside of jumping routes and reading patterns. We felt like we needed to give them some movement to get them out of their comfort zone to give us a chance to be successful.
Q)What happened on the first drive on that throw to Jerricho Cotchery in the end zone?
Pennington: We just missed the throw. The wind got it a little bit. Jerricho was open in the back of the end zone.
Q)Were you surprised at how many passing plays Bryan Schottenheimer called early in the game considering how bad the weather was?
Pennington: I was just aware that the weather wasn't going to impact our game plan. We were going to come out and try to be balanced, and going to try to throw and run. Our coaches have done a great job preparing us to play in the elements, and out team has done a great job of not letting that become a factor.
Q)You guys seem to be peaking at the right time . . .
Pennington: That is your goal to get better and improve each week as the season gets later and later. You want to make sure you improve each week. We've done a good job understanding that the next game is the most important game, and we can't get into forecasts and predictions, we have to take care of business, and take care of today, and not worry about the future.