HEAD COACH BILL O’BRIEN
“It was a good win last night. Like I said after the game, I thought these guys fought hard and proud of their effort and it was a good win, but quickly here we turn the page on to the Titans. Just to give you a little update here on some of the things that are going on, Brian Hoyer is still in the concussion protocol, so he’s continuing to be evaluated by independent doctors. T.J. Yates did tear his ACL unfortunately, and he’ll be out obviously for the remainder of the season. Cecil Shorts is, I’d say right now I’d put him in the day-to-day category, see how that goes as the week moves on. We signed B.J. Daniels. He’s a guy that can do a lot of different things. We’ve known about him for a long time from his days in college and when he was in Seattle. He can play quarterback. He can play wide receiver. He can do a lot of different things and so we signed him today, and T.J. Yates will go on injured reserve, so B.J. would take that spot basically. With that, I’ll open it up to questions.”
QB BRANDON WEEDEN
Is there anything that you felt like that you could do better from yesterday?
“Yeah, I just got done watching it. I think you can tell that my confidence and my timing is just not what it needs to be. That is kind of to be expected. I haven’t thrown any of those routes to any of those guys, so that just comes with time. I thought as the game went on, the communication got better. I think I settled down and started really communicating and getting guys lined up. There is a couple of throws I would like to have back, but like I said, just uncertainty of timing and just getting a better feel for it.”