LB Rashaan Evans


You said after last week's game that towards the end of a season, you either get better, you get worse or you stay the same. Where's this team right now in terms of that?

"Like you said, man, I think we get better, man. It's one of those things where we want to continue to elevate each and every week. Obviously, there are some things we can improve on, little things, but at the end of the day, I can't take away from what the team has done, man. Just so far off, you know, guys going out there and really hitting on all cylinders in all three phases, so really excited for this team."

What was the difference this time against the Colts for you guys versus the last time? It was a drastic change.

"I just think we didn't beat ourselves up. I think we made them earn everything that they were going to get and I think that was the biggest thing. We wanted to start fast and finish strong. That was the message Coach (Mike) Vrabel said and I feel like we did that this game."

To go on the road and get a win versus Baltimore and Indianapolis after losing three out of four games, that's a heck of an answer for you guys, isn't it?

"Well absolutely, man. You know, it's just one of those things, man, you've got to play your best ball at the back end of the season, man. I feel like that was the biggest thing for us. The number one thing is for us to do the little things that we're doing, stay healthy and just play on all three phases, man. Play really good football and I think we'll be alright."