WR Byron Pringle

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(on what the Titans defense did to confuse them today)

They came out ready to play, and they executed. They executed well and then came ready to play. We've just got to go back to the drawing board on Monday and get ready for the week and get ready for Monday Night Football.

(on if the Titans gave a different look than what the Chiefs were expecting)

No, sir. They didn't give us a different look. We just should've come out ready to play and execute at a high level. 

(on the offense struggling week to week recently)

I think we all should just go back and look at ourselves in the mirror and come in ready to play and know there's going to be four quarters. We're going to get everybody's best shot, and we've got to go and apply pressure for four quarters. If we don't, it'll end up like today. We can't keep having that. We'll go to work this week ready to prepare for Monday Night Football.

(on the turnover issue this season)

Once we put the ball on the ground earlier in the year, we figured a lot of teams would come and hold us up and punch the ball out. We just have to protect the ball. That's our prize. We've got to protect the prize if we want to win the game.

(on what the mood was like on the sideline throughout the game)

It was just a game. It was early on in the game, and we came out the second half prepared ready to go out and execute, but the game just didn't go our way.

(on what he said to Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes to encourage him)

I'm here to fight with you, bro. I'm here to go to war. That's what we practice for throughout the week. You can lean on me whenever I'm in there. Whether it's blocking, catching or running the ball, I'm here with you. You're not by yourself. Nobody's against you. Just keep going. It's four quarters. Every game is four quarters so we've got to keep applying pressure for four quarters.

(on what needs to be done to keep energy high and start at a faster pace)

Everybody has different routines to get ready for the game. We've just got to come out prepared. To be honest, I don't want anybody to switch up their routine before a game, because then you may have players not in the mood and waking up in the fourth quarter instead of the third quarter. I just think we should just come out first quarter ready and prepared. Before the national anthem, before warmups, as soon as we get off that bus, check everything that we have going on when we come through those gates.

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