(On the game today…) What we have done today speaks for itself. To come up here and beat the NFC West Champion for the last four years we came through here and took care of business.
(On being pushed out of bounds on the last drive…) Of course I would have liked to stay inbounds but I felt that I had an opportunity to turn the corner and get the first down. So my thinking is I get the first down in that situation and the game is over. I tried to stay in but unfortunately I got pushed out of bounds.
(On winning at Qwest Field) It feels good. For us its been a long time coming. I have been here six years and this is our first time winning up here. We split with them a couple of times, we won at home but everytime we came up here we couldn't get the job done but it's a different story today.
(On if winning the first one will pave the way for future victories…) Its never easy going in to somebody's homefield and beating them. We knew it was going to be a challenge today. We knew that we were going to get their everything. We stepped up and came away with a victory.
(On if being more phyiscal than a corner is also mental…) A lot of it is want to. We knew this was a big game and we knew that we were going to have to make some big plays in this game. Like I said we knew that this wasn't going to be easy and they weren't going to just hand us the game. We had to take it. That was our mind-set coming into this game.
(On if he felt like he had an advantage on (Josh) Wilson…) I feel like I have and advantage on everybody.
(On Seattle's corners…) They are good atheletes. Fast guys good footwork but we just had to get the job done no matter what this week.
(On if today felt like a breakthrough game…) I don't know if you can call it that. We still have a lot of work ahead of us but it was a step in the right direction.