Q. Falcons guys have noticed you seem more comfortable the last few weeks and the numbers have come as well. Any explanation as to why it’s been better?
A. No. As far as statistically I could really care less as far as how it’s been going. We play this game for one reason. We are looking forward to playing this game. It’s a division game and we just want to get back in the swing of things.
Q. Last year you spoke out about all you care about is winning. They haven’t come. How are you handling it?
A. Nothing has really changed as far as I look at playing football games. We all play to win football games. It’s kind of frustrating when you don’t win but we still have to look forward to continue to get better.
Q. I think you made a comment that wearing emotions on your sleeve is not necessarily a good thing. Have you been able to control that a little bit more?
A. No, I really didn’t say that. But as far as emotions coming with this game, that’s going to happen. Just like your job and anybody else’s job, if they don’t have a good day at work obviously you will know about it. This is nothing different. Playing football, there is a lot of emotions. Of course every game everybody would like to win. But when it doesn’t happen, what do you do? We have still got to focus on making individual goals that’s going to keep us getting better.
Q. Last time you rushed for 199 yards against the Falcons. Do you think it will be difficult to duplicate that? Will it be hard to have as good of a running game as last time?
A. I’m not sure. I don’t think it will be any problem. We’ve got guys that are hungry to play this game. If we go out and execute then it will be a good day at the office.
Q. There’s a lot of scrutiny about post-game stuff with you as far as how long you are in your locker, how long takes to get to bus. Does it wear on you at all?
A. There’s a lot of things that wear on me. But it’s the life I live and I’m going to continue to live it and have fun playing the game I love.
Q. Is it still as much fun as it’s supposed to be?
A. Yes, sir. Absolutely.
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