I thought the play of the game was Kenyatta on the interception.
If that's an evaluation of what we're capable of doing, ... that's a good sign.
It's nice to have some continuity around here and build a team from within instead of compiling a nucleus of players from outside. That's challenging. The development, the persistence and the work ethic is going to pay off.
We're undefeated right now, you know.
Great running backs have a tendency to run by instinct, run by feel, and when they see the same blocking pattern three or four times, sometimes they anticipate what you are going to do the next time, ... There's some of that, and then some of that is just sheer determination, guts and talent. He is a phenomenal competitor, and he is blessed with great talent.
I saw some good signs that we can be a good running team. Who knows? If we hit some home runs, we could be a great running team.
But he's as tough as they get. The look in his eye is going to give our offense a chance every Sunday.
You chart pressures, like a weather man looks for clouds and storms, ... There are formations out there that tell you that the blitz is coming. Sometimes they're more difficult to forecast than others.
We're pleased with the progress we're making. We're not saying we're ready for Canton (the Pro Football Hall of Fame) yet or Super Bowl XL or whatever it is. (But) there is an attitude there that is very good. It's what we want, the toughness, effort, the technique, the fundamentals are getting better. We are very physical.
I was just trying to get some interpretation. I'm just a coach. I just want to know what call was made. I had to take a timeout to sort that out. The Green Bay sideline was right there, they heard it, they got the outcome of why it was ruled why it was, and I didn't.
In my lifetime in the NFL, he is the best back I've coached. I'll say this about him; he is as tough as they get. The look in his eye is going to give our football team a chance every Sunday.
I think great running backs have a tendency to run by instinct, run by feel.
As long as he can take it, we will continue to give him these opportunities, ... If the situation has us with the lead, we're in the fourth quarter, and the clock is our enemy, you are going to see more Cadillac Williams, yes.
We gave him one extra day, and he'll be ready to go today, ... He's going to be ready to go today and he's going to play in the game, so he's all right.
As you say, the salary cap is a problem. If we wanted to get Corey Simon, we couldn't have made that happen, maybe because of the salary cap. It's not like we weren't looking at every good player that we foresee being available. But we have to be honest and realistic with what we can get done given our salary cap.
You're going to be judged whether you're brought in for a pair of turf shoes or for a draft pick to perform and win games.
They got after us early. We had sacks in our first five or six passes. That will knock any quarterback out of rhythm.