“Our main goal was to get to Tim Tebow, we wanted to rattle him and not necessarily speed his process up, but he’s a guy that needs to be comfortable in the pocket to be able to deliver great throws and even sometimes under duress he makes pretty good throws. We wanted to make sure we shut down that run and that gave us a lot of opportunity to get a lot of sacks. The defensive line did a great job of doing that and my teammates did an excellent job of getting back there and getting him down.
“I think the state of the defense right now is wanting to continue to be more consistent and not allow big plays. I think that’s the only thing that’s really hurt us in the past, allowing big runs and big passes, which have led to scores, but as soon as we combated that in the last couple of weeks, we’ve been pretty successful.
“I think this is a perfect way to go into the bye week, being half way through the season, being not too bad at 6-2, learning and getting our health back. For me, I’m going to come back and my tank’s not going to be on F it’s going to be on A because I’m going to have a new found energy going into the second half of the season. I’m going to remove myself from football for a little bit and come back with a very distinct focus and drive to get us to Indianapolis.
“It depends on how I feel, but most of the time I usually workout everyday through the bye week, but it’s really just kind of keeping my mind off of football. I think that’s something that I have to do even during the week when we are playing. I think Friday and Saturday are my days to kind of remove myself in the afternoon, during that time is when I clear my head of everything football and get that new found energy that I get when I come back from Saturday night.
“I like to watch football when I’m away from the field, I try and watch it as a fan, which is very hard because I break it down so much, analyzing stuff. I try to watch it, but I wish the NBA was on because I would watch an NBA game, or I’d go to an NBA game; but I’ll figure something out.”
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