(On what he's thinking about when he's returning kicks…) "Man, I'm just running out there. I don't care who's hitting me, who's trying to tackle me. I just go out there and tell them, 'If you can go block—I don't care if it's your man or anybody else's man—if you can get a block, I'll try to make something happen.' That's what I try to do every time. It's not going to be perfect every time. You got to be able to make a play and break some tackles every once in a while."
(On the defending against the taller Cardinals receivers…) "Obviously smaller must be doing something right because there are a lot of in the league. It's all just playing football you can have the height, speed, and physical style but you still have to play football. Some people have their advantages here and there but in the end it all evens out."
(On Arizona targeting him in the first half…) "That's just football, and I'm not worried about going out there and getting tested. I'm here to play football and they are going to throw the ball so that's going to happen. You just have to go out there and make plays."
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(On having good coverage but Arizona's receivers still able to make the receptions…) "That is what happens when you play great receivers. They make good plays and then you have to make great plays. You just try to make more good plays then them. [Larry] Fitzgerald, has some of the strongest hands out there and the play of the slant I was able to get my hands on the ball but could not come through with the interception."
(On playing with more confidence than last year…) "I'm starting to get back to college days for me. I don't feel lost or confused but more of me just stepping on the field and playing football. This is the same game we have all played since we were kids and we just have to go out their and play and eventually good things will happen for us."