WR Cameron Batson


Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020

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(on only scoring seven points in the first half and that making it hard to win)

Really we just came into the locker room at halftime and said, 'We've just got to keep fighting. Fight for one another.' Obviously, we didn't like the way we played the second half, but I'm proud of the way the guys fought and came back – tried to come back, at least.

(on if he knew he had caught the fourth-down catch at the end of the third quarter)

Oh yeah, I knew I had it the whole time. Everybody was asking me did I catch it. I was like, 'Yeah, go ahead and challenge it.' I knew I caught the ball. I appreciate Coach (Vrabel) trusting in me and my ability to let me go out there, and Ryan (Tannehill) trusting me in that fourth-down play to make a play.

(on his touchdown in the fourth quarter and getting both feet down on the catch)

At first I didn't think Ryan (Tannehill) was going to throw it because the corner, he hung outside a little bit. But man, he delivered the ball like he said. It had to go to the end zone. God blessed me with the ability to get my feet down and make the play. I appreciate Him. I appreciate my grandmother because that was a special moment, especially it being My Cause My Cleats, being able to get into the end zone, so shout out to the ALS Program.

(on what the team can do to turn around and get momentum back)

We just have to go review film, correct the mistakes that we made and just get back and look forward to next week.