Q: What does it say about the mental toughness to be able to bounce back and put together that second half performance?
CJ: I feel like it's more than the mental toughness. It's just the kind of guys that Bill Belichick has put on this team. I feel like we have guys that are willing to put 110 percent on every snap on every play. You can talk about
Q: It's always next man up but it has to be encouraging to do what you did last night without guys like
CJ: Yeah, and like you just said, next man up. It's not who we don't have, it's who we do have.
Q: Do you feel good about where this team is right now with the post-Thanksgiving stretch looming?
CJ: Personally, I feel like we have to take it one game at a time, one play at a time and try to execute and be perfect that one play or that one game – never look back, never look forward, just take it where you are now. That's my take on that.
Q: If one of the rookies comes to you and asks what the most important thing to remember as the games get more important, what will you tell them?
CJ: Like I said before, just go – just keep going, don't stop. No matter what the score is, just keep going. That should be the motto for everyone not just the rookies, but for any team and not just for our team. Any team that saw us play the other night, I'm pretty sure that there are other players that watched that game and it just goes to show don't stop, just keep going.
Q: How do you turn the page after an emotional win like that and make the trip down to Houston?
CJ: It was an emotional win but it's over. I would say take some time off and celebrate but I celebrated it last night in my dreams when I was asleep. That's about it and we're moving on to Houston.