(On how the team performed) "I can say we won all three phases of the ball game with special teams, defense and offense but we left a lot of turnovers out there and we lost the turnover margin. [Jets QB Sam] Darnold is a good quarterback and he found ways to extend the play, but we stayed disciplined and we just capitalized on plays."
(On the defense almost getting their first interception) "Jalen [Ramsey] and I were talking on the sideline that we've just got our first pass break up in Week 4. We've played some good quarterbacks, but they found ways not to attack us. It was tough, but we found ways to take the positive out of it so now we have to go back to practice and capitalize on these interceptions that we get in practice. We have to do it in the game instead of worrying about when it's going to come."
(On how it feels to have the offense have a big day) "We were talking about that. The offense was keeping us off the field and keeping us fresh, but you can see that New York's defense was getting tired and we were able to capitalize on third downs. Blake [Bortles] was able to make the right reads and Coach [Nathaniel] Hackett was making great calls for Dede [Westbrook] to make plays. [Donte] Moncrief was able to show you his speed that he made on that touchdown play. They have a good defense too, but we were able to take advantage of the opportunities."
(On his thoughts on Jets WR Quincy Enunwa) "I played him in my second or third year in the league when I was in Houston. He was the same size, but they didn't get him involved. When you watch him on film, he's like a running back playing receiver. He has strong hands and he's a great player. I told him I had respect for him and to keep playing hard and maybe we'll see him again."