On how devastating this loss it: It hurts. It's hard for us because right after last season, we started building for this time and when it doesn't happen, it's very disappointing. I was sitting there remembering all the little things you do to put yourself in a position to succeed, all the things players do to try to win games. What you guys don't see is the stuff we believe in. It's what we do in February and March. Then the season takes care of itself. We had good position going into the playoffs, and it's just so disappointing because you put in so much time. When you don't come through, especially at the quarterback position, it's a tough pill to swallow.
On if there's a difference in how he felt last year and now this year: No. They both sucked.
On how deflating the Giants' touchdown was at the end of the first half: Momentum-wise, it obviously didn't help. Give the Giants credit, they did a good job today. Our guys up front battled them hard, and it was a great game. But I'm just very frustrated and very disappointed.
On the last offensive play on fourth down: We had a double post, that's what we call it. They kind of doubled T.O. and Terry had a guy running with him up the middle and I think he was the only guy with single coverage on the play. It's fourth down, theoretically, in another time, in another game, you check it down. But you really can't there. I had to throw it.
On the offensive production not being the same in the past month: I felt like we moved the ball today. Their offense kept us off the field, too. We had some long drives that we had to go down to get a field goal, and at least that was a positive.
On how he feels about his team: We obviously didn't win this game tonight, but I think the Giants are a good football team. I thought we were a good football team -- I still do. We had too many things tonight that hurt us. Whether it was penalties or things that allowed them to stay on the field, or us to get off the field. I think when you look at the field-position battle, we really got killed in that battle.
On he Giants: I felt like they were the toughest team. I told guys all year that I felt like we'd see them again. They were the toughest team we faced this year, besides New England.
On if he has any regrets based on the decisions he's made in the past weeks: No. I don't live with regrets. I'm content in my own skin. If I try and be a good person and I'm strong enough in my faith, if I'm strong enough in what I'm trying to do then I feel like I'm doing it the right way.