Running Back Devontae Booker
Q: Obviously, keeping the ball away from the Chiefs can be so significant. How important is it for the running game to produce and keep them on the sideline?
A: It's important every week. We want to go out there and run the ball efficiently and keep our defense off the field as long as we can. Any way we can help them out, we try to.
Q: You've played in Kansas City a bunch over the years I assume. How would you describe that atmosphere? What are you expecting from a Monday night game there?
A: The fans are crazy, it's very loud there. It's big. It's a Monday night game. I can't recall if we played there in any Monday night games when I was with previous teams before, but it definitely gets loud there. It's nothing we can't handle. We've just got to go out there and do what we need to do on our side of the ball.
Q: Something (Head Coach) Joe (Judge) mentioned was that the sidelines are really tight to the field and that the fans are kind of close. Have you noticed that before?
A: Not really. I never really paid attention to it. But now that I'm thinking about it now, it is kind of close. I never really paid attention to it in the past. Like I said, it's nothing.
Q: He mentioned it, I had never heard it in my life either.
A: Yeah, it doesn't make any difference to us.
Q: Is playing on Monday night a bigger deal for a player or is it just another game for you guys?
A: It's really just another game. Yeah, we're the only game on TV, but at the end of the day it's just another game where we've got to go out and play some good ball.