Q: What was the best team moment of the season?
Hosley: I think every game was significant in a way, every win. So I couldn’t really say one moment, but the Packers win was a pretty good win for the team that they are and the weapons they have. To play them that way and to come out with a victory like that was probably one of the key victories I felt was most important. Q: What was your best individual play of the year?
Hosley: I’d have to say my only pick of my season against the Panthers. So I’d say that’s my top play. http://www.giants.com/media-vault/videos/Jayron-Hosley-intercepts-Cam-Newton/c9d3a931-54bc-43b3-aa3f-de456f29b8a1 Q: What is one play or game you could change?
Hosley: I’d say the way things played out in the last few weeks. Some of those losses that we suffered this season we could have put ourselves in a better position. But as far as one game, I think every game was a learning experience and a chance to find out about ourselves and our team. Q: What are your plans or goals for the offseason?
Hosley: I’ll go home and spend some time with the family and relax and basically just catch up. I’ll probably do a few things like some traveling, but then it’s back to work. I’ll rest for a little while then it’s back to work. You just need to take care of your body. That’s important. It’s a long season. You have little nicks and your little injuries and things like that. You can prevent those things but it’s a tough game. You’ve got to be prepared to play to your maximum ability, to go out there every week and perform and being able to play with veteran guys and guys who have excelled in this league for five, six, seven, eight years or more. Being a rookie, it’s definitely a tough adjustment. You just have to prepare yourself even more to be able to compete with guys like that and against teams who are the most feared teams in the league, which you play every week.