HEAD COACH JACK DEL RIO
Obviously Fred (Taylor) going over 10,000 (career rushing yards) was very special. I know the guys in the locker room are very proud of that, proud that it happened on a win. During the win, he joined some elite company. An outstanding football player, he deserves to be in that elite company. In the five years that I have been here Fred has been our workhorse and a heck of a football player. I'm really happy for him. I think that it is fitting that all three running backs that carried the ball for us got touchdowns today. That kind of speaks to the unselfish nature of what we have going on here in that running back room particularly. Fred's a great leader in the room and those guys play very unselfishly and I'm proud of that.
Nice start to the second half of our season. Opening it on the road here, in the third and final game of that three game road stretch we were on, it was very important to be able to find a way to get a win. A big divisional game, big conference game, against a team that really [was more physical than] us the first time around. We came out today and gave a better effort, and we're able to go home with a nice win.
I don't have much in the terms of injuries. I think we came out fairly healthy.
(on DB Rashean Mathis' injury)
(on QB Quinn Gray's performance)
(on comparing the defense from this week and last week)
(on the difference in facing the Titans earlier in the season)
(on how the offensive line played against the Titans defense)
(on how Quinn Gray has progressed in the last three weeks)
(on being in a good position for a Wild Card game)