“The bye week gave me time to relax and refresh my legs. It helped me get my mind right for the week coming up. I went to Western to watch their homecoming game, plus it was my little cousin’s birthday and he plays for Western – Douglas Wiggins. I took him out and gave him a couple dollars for his birthday, so it was a fun weekend all an all.
“Mentally and physically I’m feeling very prepared. My body is very refreshed, mind-wise and physically. I’ve been out at practice working hard and I’ve been studying film as hard as possible, so I think all-in-all I’m very prepared. All-around, I feel I’m very prepared for the game.
“Looking back at the season so far, we already played 10 games – preseason and regular season – and that’s a college season already. But I can’t take it as that, I’m in the NFL now. We played six games and those six games are gone. All I can do now is think about the rest of the 10 games and hope the season will improve for us, but we have to take it one game at a time.
“I’ve been preparing for each game individually and not thinking about the next game, but just think about the next day. So, I take that approach throughout the week and six weeks passes by very quick.
“As far as the Rams, their record does not give them much credit for the assets that they’ve got on offense and on defense. They have by far one of the best running backs in the NFL in Steven Jackson. He’s very big, he can catch and he can run routes. You hardly see a big dude like that running routes as fast as he is and as physical as he is.
“They’ve also got a great quarterback in Marc Bulger. The main thing we’ve got to do is to try and get a quick read on him because he has a very strong arm. Once he let’s go, it’s gone. If you’re not there on point, you’re not going to get there. I think for the secondary, we just got get a good read on him; react to the throw.”
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