Q:Do you realize you're 20-2 against the Buffalo Bills?
TB:Well, it was tight today. I'm glad we came away with the win. We fought hard; we certainly had more opportunities out there to score more points, but we didn't and the defense made a couple great plays there at the end.
Q:When a player drops a ball like Wes Welker did early in the game that would have been a touchdown, what do you say to him? Do you even need to say something to him?
TB:I don't. Wes is, I'm always going to go to him. He's one of the best to ever play. He has a lot of mental toughness to fight through it and he'll be fine.
Q:Does it get frustrating at the end when you guys can't close a game out when you have a chance to?
TB:We're always trying to make good plays whether it's the first quarter or the fourth quarter. We have to play for 60 minutes – that's the goal every week.
Q:Was it disappointing to come off the bye week with some sloppy play?
TB:It's frustrating when we don't play as well as we're capable of. But that's part of the game and part of the mental toughness of the game is to put those things behind you and to keep playing hard. We did that and that's why we won.
Q:What was it like for you when you were a spectator at the end and you were on the sideline and you can't do anything about it?
TB:We had plenty of opportunities to do something about it. Whether you're sitting on the sideline, I had an opportunity to do something about it 50 seconds before that. The defense really saved the day.