“Those can be the scariest sometimes. The ball feels like it's floating in the air forever. I was just really concentrating. I think I remember telling myself while I was running, ‘Catch it, catch it, catch it.' Luckily, I did, and after that, it was just off to the races. Once I secured the catch, it was just smiles. It's a great feeling knowing I'm about to celebrate with my team in the end zone.”
Did you and Stewart and Jackson talk about needing to play well with Moore and Anderson hurt, or is it just understood?
“It's understood, and the coaches get the point across about that. But at the same time, I think it's important (to know) without the coaches telling us. We need to remind each other and take pride in our part on the team. When we see an opportunity to step up, we're doing good so far at building confidence in doing so.”