"I stumbled a little bit. I got a little tired. But when the blockers do a great job like that, I could probably stumble a lot of not have to do much work. It was a long, long play."
"We had a little bit of confusion. It was better that both of us were there rather than nobody was there. I didn't hear Nate until the last second, and then once I caught it I looked back at him and he was like, 'Go.' So I took off like Forrest Gump."
"I think I got a little extra energy when I saw the guy who was chasing me stumble to. I was like, if I can't outrun him to the corner than I got a problem."
"The Red Sea parted. Joppru and David Kirtman got two heck of blocks. I saw that, and the only person left was the kicker. He tried to push me out and I had to work on my tap dance to stay in bounds. I saw my blockers coming, I saw two guys overpursuing, and I went behind the two blockers and ran up into the end zone."
"It is pretty easy when you don't get touched to accelerate. You get guys out there who are willing to be unsung heroes on the return, put their bodies out there, you owe them. I owed them. They made a path for me to go through. If I only have the kicker to get by, then I have to get to the end zone."