LCB James Bradberry
On his outlook of the defense allowing scoring drives down the stretch:
“I got to look at the film tomorrow and I could have a better answer for you. But right now It’s tough for me to say since I haven’t watched the film yet.
On why the opposition was having so much success throwing the ball in the air:
“They’re a good offense, they got weapons. It’s hard to just have a standstill against an offense that have weapons, they’re going to move the ball down the field sometimes. Like I said, I’m going to go back and watch the film and make some corrections.
On how disappointing the loss is:
It’s very disappointing. Have to get back to focusing on getting a win, it obviously didn’t work that way.
On if he would rather the offense go for a ‘killshot’ after late interception than taking the field goal:
“I really don’t try to have too much thought on the offense and what they do. But at the end of the day I can’t control it. I don’t make any play calls. I play corner and that’s what they ask me to do and it’s what I give them.