Josh Freeman Discusses LossDecember 3rd, 2012
On his pick-six:
Vincent was running a go-route, I thought I had a window to stick it in there. Thatâ€™s the type of swing, those pick-sixes, from a momentum standpoint, from a points standpoint, it is tough to overcome.
Bottom line is executing and there was a span there where we were not executing and the guys on the other side, they were rolling. We have to find a way to maintain a level of consistency to go down the field and score points throughout the game. I thought our defense did a great job today. It was tough there for a stretch. We found a way to beat ourselves.
There was no question they were aware of us taking shots down the field. That said, you are going to face that. We have to execute better.
On the rest of the season:
We have a lot of football left to be played. We are just a game out but we are focused on the next game and getting ready for the Eagles. [Monday], everyone canâ€™t wait to get to get back in the building, watch this game, evaluate, try to learn, try to grow from it and focus our attention, everything on beating the Eagles.
On offensive penalties:
Anytime you convert on a big play on third down, or whatever it is, and you have a penalty and it backs you up, itâ€™s tough. At the same time, if that happens, we have to find a way to convert on third down.