(on playing back in Georgia)
I don’t care where we are, I just want to win. Plan and simple.
(on Peyton’s awful start)
It’s not just one person. You can’t put that all on Peyton. He made some plays down the stretch. We’ve got to get off the field on that third down at the end.
(on the TD catch)
It’s hard to talk about that because I just wanted to win. A loss hurts.
It was a disappointing start. Any time you come on the road and throw three interceptions in the first quarter you put your team in a hole. It gave Atlanta great field position. It was a poor start, I won’t make excuses. They were three poor decisions.
(was he pressing)
It was three bad decisions. I’m sure when I see the film I will see somebody open short underneath for the checkdown. I will learn from it and the team will learn from it.
(still adjusting to offense)
I don’t make any excuses when I turn the ball over.
(felt chance at end)
I felt like had we gotten the ball aback we had a chance to go down there and score. We had momentum certainly. Atlanta did a great job converting that third down at the end.
Most teams that turn it over four times don’t have a chance and people are leaving. We still had a chance.
Four turnovers in the first half and defensively we got our hands on some balls and couldn’t make the plays. We were talking before every series, we have got to do our part and put our offense in a good situation. We were unable to do that against a very good football team.
We had a chance at the end. We couldn’t get that stop on third down and give our offense a chance.
I played with Matt for one year and you knew from the very beginning that Matt Ryan gets it. From Day One, the way he carried himself a true professional at the very beginning. They’ve done a really good job of getting weapons around him and built that offense for him to be very successful. He’s done everything that I thought I knew he was going to do.
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