(On how he feels…) I feel pretty good. My legs are all right.
(On getting in rhythm with Hasselbeck…) It was all right. The play down in the end zone, where we checked out, the coverage dictated what happened. I thought I had a chance. Matt threw it up to give me the opportunity to try to make a play, but I was double teamed. Other than that, I think it was all right.
(On whether he thought the Seahawks would rally to win…) I am always thinking that we have a chance to win it. It was unfortunate that different things happened. The guy made a good play on the ball, that's what happens.
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(On whether he was the first read on the final interception…) I don't know. You'd have to have Matt answer that for you. I just run my route and try to get open. If he looks my way, that's good. If he doesn't, I still just run my route.
(On how he feels about the season after losing to Arizona…) It's hard to think that it's over. You don't want to look to the end. Everybody is going to start predicting what is going to happen now, but some of the weirdest things happen in this league, where guys lose, just like we have been losing a lot (to injury). If everybody else loses a bunch of game, and we can get on a roll, then that stuff happens. It's the NFL. It's never over until the season is over.
(On starting and finishing a game…) It feels good. It's a great feeling. My body feels good now.
(On whether he was concerned about being able to finish the game…) No, not as long as I can take the field. When you start playing timid, that is when you get hurt. I wouldn't do that. That is what the whole week of practice was for, to make sure I was comfortable going out and running routes. No hesitation.
(On his emotional reaction during the starting lineups…) That's the norm. I do that every game, even without me being announced. There are so many people who watch this game, so many guys have played the game before me, who are counting on myself and my teammates. I can't stop loving the game.