WR DARRELL JACKSON
(On the outcome . . . ) "We expect more from ourselves. We just aren't delivering."
(On if it's odd being in the visiting locker room . . . ) "No, it's all in the sport, being professional. Things like that happen. I'm a San Francisco 49er now. I had a good time (tonight). I know they still love me here. I still love them. Sometimes you've got to move on. It felt good out there. It felt like a good time. We just didn't get it done."
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(On the crowd . . . ) "They love me. They pumped me up. They gave me a good ovation at the end of the game. I slapped a couple of high fives on the sideline with the fans. I had a lot of good posters out there, a lot of support. I think I gave them what I had while I was here. I think they respect me for it. You always want to have a big game, especially against your former team. Unluckily, things didn't turn out pretty good for me. But, things haven't been pretty good over here the whole year. We're struggling right now. Sooner or later, we will find out way and get the job done."
(On finding a rhythm in the offense…) "I don't know. I am not the play caller. I keep fighting, keep doing what I am doing, trying to get open, make a target for the quarterback so it is easy for him to throw it. I don't know on the rest of it. It's not my job."
(On if he had ever played on an offense this dysfunctional…) "Never."
(On if he can identify the problem…) "I can't put my finger on it; it would be politically incorrect."
(On if the correct plays are being called…) "I didn't say anything about any play calling."