Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis addresses the media during his postgame press conference on Sunday, December 26, 2010.
On how it feels to get the win:
It feels good to win, we had a plan that we wanted to execute and I think we did a good job doing that.
On his thoughts on the offensive performance:
That's one of the things we try to focus on, we try not to beat ourselves and turn over the ball.
On the Buffalo run defense:
We were hoping that there would be some opportunities, there were in the passing game and in the running game.
On the only setback being not being able to travel home:
It is what it is; playing up here in the Northeast and in the New England area you're going to have times where it's going to be a snowstorm and things like that.
On what his plans are for tonight:
Get some rest, I really don't know what's going to happen, it's going to be the first time for me.
On his potential to get 1,000 yards next week:
Right now we're just focusing on whatever it takes to get games won and to get that W in the column. Whatever it takes, we're going to try to go out there and do our best.
On the New England defense making it easier for the offense:
We always want to play good complimentary football. When the defense gives us the ball on a short field or gives us the ball back impromptu we want to do our job and punch it in for them. It's a big momentum swing when they (generate turnovers) and we can take the ball down and put some points on the board.