(On how he thought the game went and what he said to the defense after the game…) "I thought we did all right in the run game. We let one get out that we really would've liked to have had that, but it didn't really hurt us. I don't know. It's frustrating, but we don't have any quitters in here. I told the guys: 'Keep your head up. I know you're not happy with what's going on, but all you can do is all go to work, work even harder. The little things. Watch more film. Know your opponent more.' I thought we did a good job, but it wasn't good enough."
(On how he feels about the state of the team…) "What's that saying? One of my coaches used to say it back in college: 'If you're staying the same, everyone else is getting better.' So you're either getting better or you're getting worse. There's no staying the same. 'The same' is the same as getting worse. Every day you put on this helmet, you've got to be ready to go. I thought today we were ready to go. I don't know if it was a mental lapse on some people on some plays, but you got to get off the field. You got to give that offense a chance. You got to give them field position. We got backed up a couple times, and all of the sudden they got field position. They get the short field, they get the ball on a punt, and they get the ball on the 50."
(On whether the guys on the team are hanging their heads…) "It's not a case of feeling sorry for ourselves, like, 'Oh, when will we win a game?' It's not one of those. We don't have any guys like that in this locker room. But we know it's a matter of doing. Like I said, it's frustrating, but we'll get this."