(On the Seattle defensive turnaound)
"I would say a personnel adjustment when Frerotte came in. At the time, when we started blitzing they made a couple of big plays on us, so we said let's play base defense. We'll be good enough on the base defense, we have pretty good pass rushers up front and everybody just played their coverage. It made the game a lot easier. Everybody was on top of their guy. The coverage was a lot tighter because the guys didn't have to worry about trying to get to the zone and that's why we were pretty strong out there, pretty stout."
(On the difference in Rams quarterbacks)
"With Frerotte, it's a little change in style. But, it's pretty much the same old thing, we know what we had to do. We were down, I think twelve or something like that and we had to make sure to get as many three and outs as possible to try and change the field position for our offense and I thought our defense did a good job of providing that and getting key stops when we needed to."
(On the biggest stop by Seattle's defense, the last play)
"On the very last play, when they all came down to it, it was fourth down and a couple of seconds left for them to win the game and that was real big for us. Mebane did a great job of getting a good push off on the center to disrupt the play and that sealed a victory and we can't ask for a better story than that."
Question: Were you nervous?
"I was nervous, but I had faith in my teammates. I knew everybody was ready to play and we knew what was going to go against us. So everybody slide over there ready for the play and I'm glad it worked out for us."