Quarterback Jake Fromm
Q: What was going through your head when those two quarterback sneaks were called in the second quarter when you guys were deep in your own territory?
A: You're just situationally trying to give the punt team a little more room and just whatever the call was, just go in and try to execute the call.
Q: Were you a little surprised by that? The third down sneak from your four?
A: Yeah, I mean just whatever the call was, I was just trying to go in and execute. Just get all the guys ready.
Q: Did you think you guys had the chance to pick up the first there if they had not called sneaks?
A: You know, potentially, but that wasn't my call to make. I was just trying to make sure the 11 guys in the huddle knew what they were doing and going ahead and executing.
Q: There were a couple flat passes to the fullbacks and the backs. Was it something you saw on the defense? You didn't hit them.
A: Yeah, you know, an NFL quarterback, you got to hit those. I think every game, it doesn't matter who plays, where they play. You're going to want some of those back and, obviously, I want those back. Just got to get my feet around, get loaded and let it rip.
Q: What happened after the first drive? You had a pretty good drive and then the offense went nowhere.
A: Yeah, I thought the first drive was a good drive. Got some good momentum, got a good rhythm going. Just struggled to kind of find that rhythm again. We did hit it kind of late into the second half.
Q: Were you guys going to run a play on that first fourth down or were you just trying to draw them offsides?
A: Yes, to run a play. Yes, we were going to run a play and the clock was running down low and got them to jump.
Q: With that touchdown pass being your first, what do you think you've shown in your three games that you deserve a place to play in this league?
A: First touchdown in the league, that was great. Dream come true. They kept (Wide Receiver Darius Slayton) Slay loose and just tried to give him a ball and did a great job coming down with it. As far as my games, obviously, wish I could have played a little bit better, but I think for me, just coming in, fighting and trying to learn as much as I can. I'm going to learn from this experience and move on. I'm going to be a better football player.
Q: Did you think the pass to (Wide Receiver) Kenny (Golladay) was on the money?
A: I thought it was close. Tried to give him a good ball and give him a chance and sometimes you make plays, sometimes you don't.
Q: The Pick-6, was that just a good read by him?
A: Yeah, that's just an option route late outside and can't be late on those. Yeah, got to get better on that and get your feet around.
Q: How aware were you of the (Tackle) Korey Cunningham cheers every time he was announced? What was the reaction?
A: Yeah, I think Korey did a great job in his role and the situation with the penalty that happened there. Every time he came in and reported, obviously, noticed a crowd of cheers. Kind of got us going in the huddle a little bit.
Q: Did you see him open on that one route that he ran?
A: Yeah, tried to give him a chance. Didn't think the window was quite there. Just tried to play it safe and live to see another down.
Q: How much would you like to come back to the Giants next season?
A: Absolutely, 100 percent. I love it here. New York. The organization. I love being a New York Giant and hope to be.