Q: How hard is it to watch the offense struggle and not be a part of it?
A: Pretty hard. You want to be out there and be a part of it and help out. If you're not out there, you can't help them to win. In that aspect, it's tough. I'm just doing everything that I can and everything that they ask me to to the best of my ability.
Q: What difference did you notice between Fassel calling the plays and Sean Payton?
A: I think the main thing was that Fassel picked up the tempo in practice and it carried over to the game. I read in the paper that some of the Jaguars said that they had trouble with our tempo. That was the main difference. His confidence carried over to us too. He was very confident during the week in practice and he was the same in the game. That carried over to the players.