Last Sunday was good. We believed and guys just made a commitment. We know that we can make things happen, but it’s going out there and showing it with our actions. I’m proud of our team and I want this to continue. I don’t want us to be a one-hit wonder.
I’m glad we got the win. That’s behind us so we’re just trying to keep that building and keep going forward.
How do we keep it going? Just always remember how that felt and before you suit up, just always thinking that I want to feel that same way again, week-in and week-out. I’m proud of this team, how we overcame some things. We finished strong and won the game. All those things play hand-in-hand and I’m just happy for our team, our organization and also happy for Mr. Bowlen to give him that 400th win.
As for me, personally, the way I take it is that even though I didn’t start, it’s different for me because I was proud of Quinton Carter getting his shot. I never let it come between me and him, because we are boys and we’ve been competing against each other since college. If I’m not out there, I would like for somebody like him to be out there.
All I do is just believe in him and when my time comes, take full advantage of it. He played good last week. There are no hard feelings and it is what it is. I’m proud of him and when it’s all said and done, one day me and him are going to be playing with each other together. It’s still a learning process for me and all I can do is keep having faith. When it’s all said and done, it’s all about winning.
Of course I will use it as motivation to continue to get better, because it is competition. The kid has got skills. He has skills and like I’ve said, I’ve been competing with him since I’ve been in college so it’s kind of like that little competitive thing between me and him. But, we still have love for each other. Quinton is a baller and that’s one of my closest boys on the team.