On the touchdown pass to Santana Moss:
"It was a play where we take a shot to the back of the end zone. If you throw it short it could be intercepted so I just threw it to the back and gave him a chance to catch it."
On why he took so many shots down the field in the passing game:
"Well, coach has a lot of confidence in me throwing the deep balls and making the right decisions. Those are shots we need to take because it puts some fear in the defense. They have to understand you will attack them deep."
On the crowd noise at the Superdome and if it affected the offense?
"It is one of the loudest places I ever played. Their fans really did a good job getting into the game. Being in the Superdome makes it that much louder because it keeps that noise in tight."
On the importance of this win to the team:
"It definitely doesn't get any easier. This week we had to come in against a good NFL team and won. It really shows our heart and character. Even with our record, we keep playing to win."