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November 30, 2007

Postgame quotables, Nate Jones version

On if the defense felt they had a better chance in the game once Brett Favre was out of the game:
He's a legendary quarterback that's got that team going and is having the year of his life. We were hoping that it would go that way, but obviously [Aaron] Rodgers came in and he did a pretty good job too. He changed the game a little bit because he can scramble and he was making some passes, so we still have to bow up and play.

On how it felt to contribute to this victory, despite being released once this season by the team:
I keep marching on. I'm a persistent guy. I'm just thankful to still play. I don't know how I feel about knocking a guy out ... hopefully he's OK. Obviously, he's a Hall of Fame quarterback, but it's a big play in the game and the change was a little bit, but like I said, Rodgers came in and did a good job anyway.

On what he sees from this team that will enable it to finish December strong:
We've got each other's back. Defense has the offense's back; offense has the defense's back. We go out there and play for each other. We're happy, we're getting along and we're out there having fun. It's not much you can do to stop that when you get the ball going. We're just playing for each other.


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