(On what he saw from the Steelers defense and what made him track down Minkah Fitzpatrick for a tackle on his interception) "I think we were just trying to stick with our running game and trying to get it going. And I feel like, at times, we were able to do that, and sometimes we weren't. And then, on that play, just not giving up on the play. I could have just jogged and he could have probably scored, but I wanted to do that, so I just tracked him down and made the tackle."
(On how he feels he's progressed as a player in the first 10 weeks of his NFL career) "There's a lot of things. Through this whole season, just taking care of my body. I'm learning new tricks when we're out there. I mean, there's a lot of little things I've picked up on as the season has gone on. So that's about it, I guess."
(On if he feels responsibility in carrying the offense at times since Doug Marrone said he wishes he could get Robinson more carries) "I'm going to be ready whether I get the football or not. It doesn't really matter how many times I get the ball. I've got to do my job and everyone has to do their job. So whatever play gets called in the huddle, I have to do my job and we just have to execute on offense."
(On what the Jaguars have to do to make sure their effort continues over the final six games) "I think we just need to be able to execute in the red zone or near the red zone. I think, down there, we got down there and we weren't able to do that. I just think we've got to be able to finish once we get down there because it hurts us when we don't. We could put our defense in a better situation."
(On continuing the effort level off the field over the final six games) "We want to win. Everyone wants to win. From the first game, and then after that, it kind of just went on downhill. Everyone wants to win in that locker room so it's kind of frustrating to just lose games like this."