NYG Postgame (vs. Redskins) Transcripts:†LB Olivier Vernon -- October 28, 2018†
Q: Talk about your fumble recovery.
A: One of my teammates made a good play. I was just ready to scoop it up and tried to make something happen.
Q: Were you thinking that you had to get to the end zone with the way that the offense is struggling?
A: No, not exactly. I was just trying to make a play.†
Q: What needs to change at 1-7? What needs to change for you guys?
A: We just have to get a win.
Q: Does anything change in the way you go about doing that?
A: No. We have guys going out there that are trying to fight. Nothing changes about that.
Q: Do you think the bye week is really important for you guys?
A: Weíll try to hit the reset button. With so many guys that got wounded a little bit, theyíll try to lick their wounds a little bit. Then, weíll get it back going again.
Q: Has your agent told you anything about being prepared for Tuesday, that you might be traded?
A: Iím just going in and working it. I just go into the building and work. Thatís all I worry about.†
Q: At 1-7, does this team feel like the worst team in the NFL? Is that, in any way, a distinction that youíve thought about?
A: Not at all, but our record is what our record is. We canít say anything but that our record is 1-7 right now.
Q: Does it seem like you guys are playing the same game every week?
A: Itís the NFL, so when it comes down to it, itís always about the last two minutes of the game. Credit to the Redskins, because they pushed through it and made good plays when they needed to. We know we just got the L.
Q: Was there anything you noticed or the biggest difference without Snacks (DT Damon Harrison) or (CB Eli) Apple?†
A: I think the guys stepped up. I think the guys that had to step up stepped up and made the plays that they needed to make. We just came up short.