The offense gets the field goal in overtime, if you guys get to stop you win the game. How tough is it to give up the touchdown on that drive?
Obviously, it's a critical situation where you don't want to give up that big play that I gave up. But at the same time, I feel like there's only so much that we can do, right? These guys get paid as well and they make a lot of plays. In that critical situation, he made a play on me. And so, as a man I accept that. I understand the game of football and being a competitive player and being in a competitive nature. But ultimately, I got to make that play. And when I make that play, we'll win games like that. So bottom line is that's what's going to happen and that's what's got to happen.
Was that the deal where you got caught peeking in the backfield or what do you think happened?
Nope. Man-on-man he beat me. Released inside and ran a go ball. As a receiver, you're taught to stack the corner, as a corner, you're taught to not get stacked. At the same time, you're taught to stay square at the line. He released inside, he got inside, he stacked me. When you release inside as a receiver, you run a multitude of routes you got curl, you got dig, you got post. And so, he ran an inside release go ball, stacked me and I tried to locate the ball, I couldn't really find it, (he) caught the ball and I had to get him down. So that's just the bottom line of the outcome of what happened. There's no peeking in the backfield. There's no, "Oh this call. I wish I had this call." It was just bottom-line, man-versus-man, he beat me.