Q:How do you feel about the receivers' lack of production in the game?
WESTBROOK-IKHINE: "We just go back to work. No one was saying this earlier in the year, when we were making plays. I'm just going to ignore all that and go back to work and try to get better and make the plays we need to make. It was a bad game; we had a few bad plays and we need to get back to work."
Q:How frustrating is it to falter in the 2nd half of games this season?
WESTBROOK-IKHINE: "It's frustrating, for sure. We want to go out there and score every drive. That's the goal. We have to go back to work. There is a standard we have set, and we have to live up to that standard. It starts with me, myself. I hold myself to the highest standard. You've got to go out there and perform, day in and day out. Whatever opportunities we do have, we have to take advantage of them."
Q:How do you feel like Malik Wilis did in his second start?
WESTBROOK-IKHINE: "I feel like he did well out there and definitely improved from last week. From commanding the huddle, procedurally, making sure guys were in the right spots and taking care of the football. It was good to see him get better this week."