Q: Could you just start by telling us how you stand as a team? You've had a few bumps over the last couple of weeks?
BR: We have, we've faced a little adversity the last two weeks especially in the Seattle game. Yeah they kicked our butt. This past week we did some good things, but bottom line we didn't do enough. We've got to make more plays in all three phases of the game.
Q: What's your impression of the Patriots and Tom Brady?
BR: Seems like he's added a spark to the Patriots. I think he's done a good job and the bottom line is the guys are making plays and that's the thing that we are struggling with right now. We're not making enough plays.
Q: The Patriots used some trick plays last week on offense. How do you prepare for that?
BR: I am sure we'll practice them, but the trick plays, over the years, to me have shown a sign of weakness. But bottom line, they're making them work. They are putting points on the board with them, so it is hard to say anything bad about them. I'm just saying over the years, that's what I've thought.
Q: What is the atmosphere with your team? What is it like and how are you dealing with two losses?
BR: Well, things are a little tight around here for sure. Bottom line is we're just trying to focus on getting on track and not worrying about what New England is going to do, just worry about our football. You know we've always thought if we played our game, our football, Bronco football, we'll beat any team that we play. The last couple of weeks we haven't done that.
Q: Have you talked to Brian Griese about Tom Brady and just comment more on what you see as Brady's strengths and weaknesses?
BR: I haven't talked to Brian about him at all. As far as I'm concerned I see a guy that looks real comfortable in the pocket, is making good throws and it just seems in general that the team is rallying around this guy. I haven't watched a lot of film yet, but I've watched enough and that's what it looks like to me.