Frank (Reich) said the fourth-and-6 call at the end was a check against zero. He thought it was the right check. What did you think? He said more too, but that's my starter.
What's the rest?
You were too deep in the route.
Too deep in the line of scrimmage?
Behind the line.
it was against cover zero, but they didn't go cover zero. So, our job is to get four yards behind the line of scrimmage. I'll have to check to see how far I was, but I felt like I got four yards behind the line of scrimmage. We've got to watch film to see what it is. But the initial play—at the end of the day, I just do what I'm told to do, and I run the routes I'm told to run. So, it's unfortunate that it didn't work out.
If I understand you correctly, it's a check for cover zero. They showed cover zero, but then did not play cover zero. Is that correct?
I mean, if we watch film, I feel like that's what we always see. But who knows, I might be wrong.
What did they jump back into?
It looked like man. But I didn't get a chance to really look, I was trying to run that screen.
Just hearing from Frank (Reich), he mentioned his frustration in the fact that these are all winnable games. What is the word that describes your emotion after this?
My emotion? Man look, I just go out there, and I compete, and I run the routes that I'm asked to run, and do what I can to help the team. At the end of the day, it's a team sport. It's unfortunate, I'm no quitter, I keep going, and deal with the circumstances that we're in.
You've told us you've been through some seasons like this. Where do you think this ends up?
What do you mean by "ends up?"
A coaching change in season?
That's way above me. Like I said, I just go out there. When the play is called, I run that route. The ball comes to me, I try to compete and make that play. Like I said, everything else — it's above me. That's it