Q: Do you think you'll practice this week?
A: We'll see. Right now I'm just trying to take it slow, make sure everything is 100 per cent.
Q: You've had this, but how bad is this compared to what you've had before?
A: It's about the same. I had it a few years back, but it's been a while.
Q: Can you talk about the challenges of containing a guy like McCoy?
A: It's tough when you get a guy who runs the ball the way he does. He's real shifty. He can make people miss, inside and outside of the pocket. It's kind of tough to corral a guy like that.
Q: What do you think your chances are you'll play?
A: I don't know yet. It's still early in the week. Have some time to come in, get some rehab, get a lot better. We'll see.
Q: It's a possibility?
A: We'll see.
Q: What have you seen from Philadelphia's offense that's caused them to blow up in the fourth quarter?
A: I wouldn't say it's anything in particular that's blown up. They're a good team. They've had their ups and downs throughout the year and obviously had their downs and some wrong parts during the game time. It's all about being consistent throughout the course of a game.
Q: Do you sense an opportunity to finish them off?
A: I don't look at it like that. I look at it like it's another chance for us to get a division win. Regardless of what they do, we still have to put more focus on us than we do on them.
Q: When you go down in a game, do your responsibilities immediately fall to your replacement? Does Greg Jones come in and start calling the defense? A: Have to. That's the way the tree works for us. When somebody goes down, the next person has to step up and be ready to go.
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