Quincy Black Talks About His Interception

November 15th, 2009

Quincy Black was interviewed on the Buccaneers Radio Network following the game and really wasn’t all that impressed with himself in making what may have been the play of the game, if not  for his teammates gagging  up the win in the final minute.

With the clock running down and the Phins holding a six-point lead, the Phins surprisingly called a pass. It was a horrible pass by Chad Henne because he threw to an area where there wasn’t a receiver for a few yards around.

Black, though, was there. Still, the pass was behind him and Black had to turn around and catch the pass that was behind him. It was as if Black had eyes in the back of his head.

It gave the Bucs a first down on the Miami-25 which set up what should have been the game-winning touchdown.

It easily was the best play of the day by the Bucs and very likely was the play of Black’s career.

Black just shrugged his shoulders when asked about the play when asked if the pass surprised him.

“You play the defense that is called,” Black said. “I was fortunate enough to be able to make the play and the offense capitalized on it.”

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