Q: Coach McAdoo, how did you think the team did tonight?
A: I saw a lot of good things out there. Certainly there are some things we can work on to get better.
Q: Most people who watched thought your offensive line was pathetic, and Eli looked old, slow, confused and nervous. What did you think?
A: I'm sticking with my guys on the O-Line. No need to panic. I'm sure they'll improve. As for Eli, hey the guy won two Super Bowls for us and was a #1 draft pick. What more could we ask for?
Q: Eli, a rough night out there, eh?
A: We did some good things out there tonight, we've just got to do a little better next game.
Q: Is that the game plan..."to do a little better?"
A: Yep, that's pretty much it.
Q: JPP, you and the defense didn't get off the field much. Given the high temperature inside the dome, were you guys starting to wear down?
A: Yes, in fact when we did briefly get off the field we were too exhausted to tell the offense how bad they suck.
Q: Snacks, how discouraging was it for you to continually come off the field for 3 brief, unsuccessful offensive plays and then have to go right back out there?
A: It was damn frustrating. I hardly had time for a couple of hot dogs before I had to get right back on the field.
Q: Bobby Hart, how did you think you did out there tonight?
A: Well, as everyone knows, I'm the best right guard in the league. Having said that, I might have to concede that this wasn't one of my better games.
Q: Jerry Reese, for two straight seasons now you've made no real effort to upgrade the offensive line. What is your plan going forward?
A: We're going to go with the guys we have. They can only get better, right?
Q: Paul Perkins, how did you think you did out there tonight?
A: Hey, isn't the real question "could any of the other running backs on this team have done better?
Q: Brandon Marshall, why weren't you dressed for the game tonight?
A: I was! Didn't you see me out there as the #1 receiver?
Q: Finally, Coach McAdoo...next week it's Detroit in another nationally televised game. As we all know, the Giants historically stink when playing in front of a national audience. What's the game plan?
A: Well we've just got to keep improving. But wait...please don't pass that gameplan on to the Lions!