On playing against his former team today:
"This one meant a lot to me. Early on, I had mixed emotions about the trade and everything, and I'd be lying to you to say I didn't circle this game."
On scoring a touchdown right after he had one called back after review:
"Yeah, I think that was huge. I just think that shows the faith [Eagles QB Jalen Hurts] has in me. Just to come right back to me. I had regular out, but Jalen told me when I was leaving the huddle, he said, 'pump it.' So, I was like, 'let's do it.'"
On the games both he and Eagles WR DeVonta Smith had today:
"It was a day where we kind of put it together. DeVonta has been great. I feel like he's been great all year with the route running and after the catch. It just meant a lot today. Both of us were on the same page and we went out and handled business today."
On his second touchdown:
"[Titans CB Tre Avery] is not looking at me, and I'm looking at the ball. I think me having a darker visor kind of helps out a lot. I see him and I see the ball, so he doesn't know where the ball is. I just try to stay calm as long as possible. To be honest, I was really trying to clear it out for [Eagles WR DeVonta Smith]. It was kind of a Cover-2 beater or something like that. If the corner squats, [Eagles QB Jalen Hurts] will throw the go ball, but he didn't squat, so I looked like I was just running off. And then I looked up and peaked at the ball, and it was in the air. I was like, 'I've got to try and stay calm.' And it was already close, so I was just trying to create some room even if I had to push him off or do whatever I had to do to make the catch."
On the play of Eagles QB Jalen Hurts this season:
"I think he's been playing really good ball. I'm not going to try and put any pressure on him. He's been doing an amazing job on the ground and throwing the ball. We'll leave all the MVP stuff to who votes for all that. But, he's doing a great job leading this team. He's a great leader. He's still climbing. He wants the team to be great."