Keep smiling and keep throwing.
I'm not worried about that. I love J.T. out there because he's a phenomenal player. I think J.T. can do everything on the football field he wants.
He's right there with us. He felt that loss just like we did. That's just such a good feeling. He's our general, and when you see your general hurting the way he was hurting -- not saying (former coach) Dave (Wannstedt) wasn't like that -- but it just makes you feel like this guy's a part of us.
I always want to go against the best guys and hate to see a fellow player go down.
Before every game, he gives us a powerful poem that somebody wrote, and it relates to the football game that we're about to play, or what we've built toward that whole week. Stuff you wouldn't think about.
I'm not going to let it rattle me. I don't think my penalty cost us the game by any means, but if you want to write it whatever, I could live with it.
We're not playing not to lose. We're playing to win. When you do that, you're a dangerous team.