On his touchdown catch:
There was some momentum at that time so I was able to get the touchdown. Trent did a good job of finding me down the field. Thatís what we worked on in the offseason and Trent did a good job of seeing me down the seam.
On the route he ran for the touchdown:
It was kind of like a reading pattern for me, so I was in the right slot. It depended on whatever coverage they give us, I have to run my route a certain kind of way.
On the loss:
One thing about this game is that you have to be patient. The gameís not over until itís 0:00 on the scoreboard. It never was a blowout for us to say, ĎOh, theyíre too far ahead.í It was always a close game so we knew we had to get a rhythm on offense and we happened to find that rhythm later in the game.
On switching to a no-huddle offense during the game:
Itís something we worked on in the offseason, the five and four receiver sets, we have four guys that can run pretty good routes. Dave (Nelson), Steve (Johnson), Lee (Evans), myself- we feel like with us four, we create mismatches and we know what we have to do when weíre in the game like that. He (Trent Edwards) just waits for one of us to make a play and we just have to be smart out there and run our routes the right way.
On getting the ball out quicker:
Looking at our offense, we have three good running backs so weíre eventually going to be in two-running back sets. We have a lot of talent on our offense and whatever Chan Gailey calls, we just have to execute that play- whether itís a quick gain, a deep route, a run where we have to block for those guys, and vice versa.
On the play of Miamiís linebackers:
You canít take anything away from their defense and their linebackers. They did a pretty good job. We just have to break down the film and see how we can get better.