Linebacker Oshane Ximines
Q: Will you take us through the play where you jumped offsides?
A: "Looking back that's never a play you want to give up. I've been playing ball for a long time and jumping offsides is never acceptable. I'm just looking to move on from it and taking the next step."
Q: What was going through your head when you saw the flag on the field?
A: "The same thing that goes through my head every time I see a yellow flag on the field. It's not something you want to do or be responsible for. You just got to keep going."
Q: Did the hard count get you in that situation?
A: "I'm not making no excuses or anything, but I thought they had some movement on the offensive side of the ball, but my opinion doesn't matter. It's what the ref sees. I was offsides, I'm accountable for that. It's never acceptable to do that. And it goes against everything we're building as a team. We're a team that doesn't like to make mistakes. That's something we really harp on. I'm looking to make up for that."
Q: Did you apologize to Darnay Holmes? Did you have a conversation with him after the game?
A: "Yeah, of course. I definitely did. I talked to him. It could have been his first pick on the season. That's honestly what pisses me off the most. That's my dog right there. It could have been a good play for him. We got to move on from it."
Q: What was Coach Judge's message to you after this loss?
A: "We just got to keep rolling. We got another game in less than seven days. Another team will be rolling into Met-Life [Stadium]. So we got to get ready for them."