Kicker Aldrick Rosas
October 3, 2017
A: Itís my job to extend the lead when we get the chance to.
Q: How did you handle the first negative thing to happen in your career. How did you handle it?
A: The kicker mentality is just one for one. We hit the reset button after every kick. You just go out there and you just keep building on your routine and keep progressing and keep doing what youíve been doing.
Q: Was it just the matter of pushing it? Were there any other factors?
A: No. I mean, great snap, great hold, great protection. I just pushed it.
Q: What did you think of Benís (McAdoo) decision earlier in the game not to kick it? Did they talk to you about it?
A: I trust coach and all of the play calling and all of the coaches, so I just stay ready. My job is to go out there and kick the ball through the uprights. So, I stay ready and when my time is called, I am as ready as I can be to go out and do my job.
Q: How difficult do you think it would have been to attempt that kick given the conditions at the time?
A: I thought it kind of cleared up by then. I just stay ready to do my job. I donít worry about the play calling or any of that.
Q: Was the footing a factor at that point at all?