WR Odell Beckham Jr.
Postgame vs. Bears, November 20, 2016
Q: What was it like to get another win out there? Three straight at home.
A: Itís great. Thatís what we play for, to win.
Q: Did they do anything specific or different with you?
A: No, nothing different. Defense played lights out today. They were the big part of the game.
Q: Did you like the way the offense responded in the second half?
A: Absolutely. I love the way the team responded in the second half. We came out, were on fire and we got the win.
Q: What can you say about another Landon Collins interception?
A: He went to Alabama.
Q: What does five straight wins say about this ball club?
A: Weíre moving in the right direction.
Q: Are you frustrated at not getting a little more involved today?
A: No, Iím happy we won.
Q: Why do you think you didnít have your usual amount of touches?
A: I donít know. You have to ask someone else. Iím not their coordinator. I donít do their game plan.
Q: What is it like to see this ball club win some close games after going through some difficult times in recent years down the stretch?
A: Itís been tough. I think thatís been the biggest thing. These games last year, we were losing. Weíre coming out, finding ways to get the win and thatís it.
Q: Did it look like they were forcing other guys to get the ball?
A: I donít know. Thatís like the third question you asked. Itís kind of the same thing. I donít really know the answer. Iím just going to keep telling you the same thing.
Q: Do you start looking ahead at all at the Cowboys coming in December?
A: Not at all. You canít look ahead in this league. We have Cleveland next week. I donít care what their record is. Itís a must win. Every game you have to win. You canít overlook anyone. This is the NFL.
Q: Do you start thinking about coming down the stretch?
A: No. We think about Cleveland and after Cleveland we will think about whoever we play after that.
He's really matured IMO since his early season struggles. Love him.
maybe i'm dumb
maybe i'm dumb
Making Eli throw to someone else besides Odell.
But he's one of the league's megastars and has had his incidents so the reporters have to try to push his buttons to get a story. Not their fault - it's the same technique used in politics and look how it affects elections and whatnot.
The real shame is intelligent discourse is almost dead - resulting in dumb interviews like this.