On beating the New Orleans Saints:
"It feels good, especially playing against one of the hottest teams in the NFC and NFL. To be able to go down there and get a win means a lot for our team."
On trying to be consistent and win two weeks in a row:
"That is something we always talk about, trying to carry it over to the next week and continue to bring the same energy and intensity. Right now we need to continue to keep fighting together. Each week we are getting better at something different."
On what he sees out of the St. Louis Rams defense:
"They have a very talented secondary. They are fast and can run. They have a lot of speed on defense. Offensively, we have to worry about what we need to do because we have a lot of things that we do on offense. We just need to take care of what we do best and move the ball as best as we possibly can. We have a lot of respect for their defense. They are very fast from sideline to sideline."
On having Pro Bowl offensive tackle Chris Samuels (#60) protecting him:
"I feel very fortunate. That is his fourth one. It says a lot about him, his work ethic and everything he brings to the table. I am also proud of the other four that are there also. They do an outstanding job too."
On how much stock he puts in an honor like the Pro Bowl:
"It is a real big deal because there are so many great players in the NFL. It is hard to get into the Pro Bowl. Anytime you have a teammate that gets there you want to take your hat off to them and tell them you appreciate the job that they are doing. It is hard at this level with so many different guys trying to get to the same place."
On Rams defensive end Leonard Little:
"Leonard Little is a great guy. He has been playing relentless this year. He has been following the ball everywhere it goes. He has a motor that never stops. That is what makes great defensive ends. He is one of those guys. It is going to be a tough task for us."
On if it is frustrating to be able to move the ball so well but not get into the end zone:
"It is the fourth week straight that we have been moving the ball, we get into the red zone and we stall. We need to stop stopping ourselves and just try to get into the end zone. Three points is great but when you are an offense and in attacking mode, you always want to get seven points."
On how comforting it is for a quarterback to have a running back like Ladell Betts (RB, #46) running so well:
"It means a lot because it opens up our passing game and our play action. When you can do play action and have success with it, it helps open up the run game. It works hand in hand. It makes you not one dimensional. We can do both run and pass. That is what is going to help make us a great offense. We just have to continue to keep working and doing those things well."