Langston Walker, Tackle
*(On offensive inconsistency)
*"Unfortunately, that's how it goes and that's how it went this game. We are going to have to regroup. I don't think all is lost, but this is a tough loss, especially to a division opponent."
(On team mood)
"I wouldn't call it frustration. When we come in on Monday to watch film, we are always one step away, one play away. We are trying to figure out how to get that step or that play. "
(On not being able to execute)
"The New England Patriots put their pants on just like we do and they get paid just as well as we do and the coaches scheme just like we do. Whether it was them outdueling us or out-scheming us or us shooting ourselves in the foot, we just can't have that. "
Fred Jackson, Running Back
(On the Patriots defense)
"They gave us some different looks to some formations that we weren't expecting. That's one of the things they try and do. They try to give you stuff that you don't prepare for. We made our adjustments, but some of the running plays we had we didn't want to run into the defensive formations."
James Hardy, Wide Receiver(On touchdown pass)
"Leodis had a great return to set us up. I didn't know if he was going to go to me or not, I just wanted to beat my guy. I ended up being in the right position and I scored."
*(On adjusting to the NFL)
*"Certain universities you get taught how to play in the NFL from the routes that you run and the schemes. At Indiana, we didn't learn any of that stuff and this has been a new beginning for me coming here. I'm just trying to get adjusted and catch up as fast as I can. I think I have to continue to work harder and get better every day.
Roscoe Parrish, Wide Receiver*(On the state of his team after today's game)
*"You've got to go back Monday and prepare, look at this film real good. Guys need to go back and correct their mistakes. Looking at film is real important for us because I am pretty sure there were a lot of mistakes. That is all I can say right now. We have to keep our heads up because there are more games in front of us. We aren't out of the playoffs so we have to stay positive, everybody on the same page, and find a way to win."
Rian Lindell, Kicker
(On the onside kick at the end of the game)
"The only explanation I heard on the field was it didn't go 10 yards, but if it hits them first my understanding is (it is a live ball). Whether it touched us first, I don't know, maybe that is what the refs thought."
Keith Ellison, Linebacker
(On the balance of the Patriots offense)
"It is pretty easy to stay in the flow. They did a good job of mixing things up, using the run and the pass. I got to give credit to them. They had a nice game plan going into this game. I think they got into a lot of third and shorts. They made the plays and we didn't. It is pretty much as simple as that."
(On the Bills)
"We are going to be okay. We are just in a really low valley right now. We lost three straight but this team is resilient. We are going to get back into it. We have to start next week with Cleveland and get ourselves back on a winning track."
Paul Posluszny, Linebacker*
(On the Patriots 19 play drive)
*"We weren't surprised by anything. They executed better and made more plays than we did. They just executed better than we did and they were better with their details. They just did things better today than we did. We have got to buckle down. Everyone has to take care of their assignment. We have to find a way to get off the field."
(On the rest of the season)
"The whole division, everyone is solid and anyone can beat each other on any given day in this division. There is a lot of talent, a lot of good coaches and a lot of competition in this division. It will be determined at the end of the year who the winner is."
(On BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Kevin Faulk)
"He is a good back. Faulk as well, he has the ability to come out of the backfield and catch passes. They are two very good backs and do a great job for them."