DT Damon Harrison
October 14, 2016
Q: Did they talk to you about your time with the Jets when you were with Marty (Mornhinweg)?
A: No, not that I can remember. I wasnít too focused on the offense when I was there. I donít believe I wouldíve been of any help.
Q: How much would a win mean for this team?
A: We lost three in a row. We really need a win for a lot of different reasons. Obviously a win would be great.
Q: Do you notice or pay attention to the Jets being in a similar struggle?
A: The guys around here, they do a good job of letting me know how the guys on the other side of town are doing. Yes, I would say that Iím in tune with whatís going on around the NFL.
Q: The guys in here?
A: I donít want to get into details on it, but yes. JPP, Hankins, Victor Cruz, Odell, they do a pretty good job of reminding me how the Jets are doing.
Q: Do you find yourself rooting for them at all?
A: No comment. I have some really good friends on the team. I wish them the very best.
Q: You donít think they would be better if you were there?
A: Iím here.
Q: (Marshal) Yanda is banged up. How much of a difference does that make?
A: Heís a great offensive lineman. Heís the key to their offensive line. Anytime you lose someone of his caliber, itíll hurt them a little bit. Theyíre professionals over there though, so itíll be the next guy up.
Q: The run defense wasnít as strong last week. Do you feel that it was a blip and is something that you have to washout this week?
A: Definitely. It wasnít anything but poor tackling. Thatís all it was. A lot of those plays you could see we had him stopped behind the line of scrimmage. He was just able to bounce out and find holes. Itís all correctable so thereís nothing to worry about.
Q: How much do you see that their philosophy is being physical?
A: Historically they have always been a physical team. All the teams in their division pride themselves on being physical. These are the kind of games that you get hyped for. The offensive line is tough.