Q: So what did you see on Rashad (Jennings) touchdown over there, when he broke both tackles? First of all, what did you see as it was unfolding and how big was that given the time in the game?
A: I didnít really see much until I just saw him running down the sideline. He had one guy chasing him and I was going to try to run up and get him but he doesnít need any help.
Q: Did you end up getting hurt on that play?
A: No, Iím great.
Q: How significant was that touchdown, given how the offense was stalling a little bit?
A: It came at a crucial time of the game. It was the biggest play of the game, probably. Somebody had to step up and make a play. It was a time and need of where we needed a play, and he came up big.
Q: You guys have been talking about finishing, it seems like on that play on the defense that you guys were finally finishing.
A: I see what youíre saying, but at the same time I think our defense was finishing the whole game, from the first snap, I think they were finishing. Thatís the point where the offense can do what they were doing and put the team on our back at that point. Make some more plays and put points on the board. When they were getting it down, the defense was holding them. On paper, I would say thatís one of the more electrifying offenses: Tyrod (Taylor), Percy (Harvin), Sammy (Watkins) when heís back, Robert Woods, and we held them to 10 points. I just thought our defense played lights out today.
Q: Now they played a lot of open run, man-up on you guys outside and single back safety. As a receiver, do you get excited when you see that or do you see it as a challenge?
A: You definitely get excited. Itís you versus someone else, what more could you ask for?
Q: At 0-2, you were kind of the voice of reason, saying ďletís not freak out, itís only two games.Ē How do you feel now?
A: Weíre still 4-0 in my mind. We lost two games, we didnít get beat. In my mind, weíre still 4-0. Our goal is to keep moving forward: 5-0, 6-0. I mean, weíre really 2-2, but you know what I mean. Thatís the mentality, keep on going.
Q: Did you guys walk in here expecting to dictate the tempo from the start?
A: Always, always. You come in here and at the end of the day you have to put your foot down and say, ďthis is what we want to do today.Ē I think offense, defense and special teams did that today. We had some great punts, great punt coverages. Everybodyís running down on kickoffs. Everybody is giving effort in every direction we needed. It was great to be able to pick up a win today down here in Buffalo against whatís going to come out to be a really good team at the end of the year. It was great to get a win.