Damarious Randall had no plans on going home and basking in his moment of glory a time or 10 by watching the highlights on ESPN.
"No., I typically don’t watch ‘SportsCenter.’ I’ll go home, take a shower, relax and go to sleep," Randall said after the Green Bay Packers' 27-20 victory over San Diego that he saved with a fourth-down pass breakup at the goal line.
Not even once?
"Nah," Randall said. "If anything, I might watch some of my techniques from earlier in the game to try to clean up on a lot of things."
There's plenty to clean up after Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers riddled the Packers' for 503 passing yards and 43 completions. But it didn't matter as Randall made the biggest play of his career - high school, college or pro. On fourth-and-goal, Rivers threw a ball in the flat to Danny Woodhead. Woodhead appeared to be open but Randall closed in a blur to knock the ball away. Pandemonium ensued.
"To know that we finished the game and we played for 60 minutes and just have a win like that just speaks volumes for the team," Randall said. "Obviously, if I wasn’t there, we might still be playing right now. I just love the trust my teammates and coaches have in me and how excited my teammates were. That’s what I loved the most about it. I’m looking forward to building off this performance and keep on getting better and better each week."