He's talented enough to win the game.
That's good that he feels that way. He should feel that way. I sure he wasn't happy with the way he left the Giants, just as I'm sure I wouldn't be if it were me.
The fact that we're going to the playoffs means absolutely nothing, to be honest. I don't think anybody is going to be satisfied losing this game, first of all, and secondly, we lose the division if that's the case.
I'm sure he's not happy with the way he left the Giants.
Good riddance. Bring on the future. We're ready.
We've been doing some things well, but we know we have to work on some things. We can be a very good football team. We can do some things in the playoffs, but we're going to have to play better.
When it happened I was scared. All I could think of was Brian Williams [ex-Giant center] who lost his career to an eye injury. I don't think [Slaughter] was trying to hurt me. He was apologizing from the moment I got up.
Oh, man. I said, 'Get up, man!' We can't do what we do without him.
I remember it ended [former Giants center] Brian Williams' career in training camp. Initially it scared the heck out of me. But my vision started to come back. People were talking about how bad it looked.
When I went back out there he tried to say he was sorry. I haven't watched it, but everybody else that has seen it tells me that it looked like his fingers were spread and he had a straight poke at it. So, I don't know.
I haven't thought about it, to be honest with you, because it is not going to help. This time of the year, the games are flying by, so you can't really think about that. I'm sure Antonio is trying to get back and as soon as he can. But there is no way I can possibly go out here and do what I have to do _ I don't think anybody can _ and worry about another player at this point.
(It) is a lot better. My eye opened up (Sunday) and felt like it was droopy all day. It has opened up a little bit better. I can see it is a little bit more black and blue, but I just have to put my modeling career on hold for a few weeks.
It was a punch to the face. There are other ways to block people. He said it was an accident, so I'll have to take him at his word. But it's dangerous to go at somebody's head to stop them. You can end somebody's career by poking them in the eye. But I'll be okay.
You want to make something happen on defense, and for a guy who is managing a game or just kind of sits backs there and tries to pick you apart, it is a little frustrating. Defensively you want that one opportunity to make something happen. When you have a guy who plays smart like that, it makes it a little bit more difficult.