(On his approach to his improvement in year two) "Yeah I think your approach never really changes. Ever since I got here, I was working to try to be the best quarterback I can be, the best quarterback I can be for this team. And that's no different. I think you learn things along the way and you kind of add those, kind of, to the tool bag. But you can only win one game a week, that's what we're focused on. I think when you start looking at things holistically, like as year-by-year you kind of get lost in the mix. I think, most importantly, it's one game at a time, one play at a time. It's what's going to serve you best."
(On anticipation for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans) "Yeah they do a good job of mixing things up. Coach [Mike] Vrabel does a very good job coaching those guys on the back end. They've got some veteran guys that are very savvy and they can change looks; [Kevin] Byard and then the two corners, [Malcolm] Butler and [Johnathan] Joseph. They're all guys that have played a lot of ball and they can move around and do different things. And they're definitely a challenge and one I think we're excited for."
(On why the Jaguars haven't won a game in Nissan Stadium since 2013) "I don't know, I think you always try to get these streaks and things. And people try to correlate things year after year. But I think in reality, every year is a new year, every week is a new week. I think a lot of times these trends are more superficial than like anything actually tangible. I think it's a challenge that we're looking forward to. We obviously don't want any streaks like that, but it's something we're all looking forward to."
(On memory from last year's game against the Titans in Jacksonville that might carry into this year) "Yeah they were very similarly built last year. A lot of veteran guys that can disguise looks, move things around on you, very disciplined. And I think there's a lot of the same that you saw Week 1. And then, I mean, the second time we played them, they were just very hot. They got on a roll, they were playing really good, playing with a lot of confidence, doing that same stuff we talked about. And they were playing really good and I think they're expecting to carry that over and they're going to be a very good team."
(On the amount of sleep the past few nights in comparison to Coach Jay Gruden) "Yeah I've slept a little bit better than him. You know, we're going to put the work in, but I'm going to need my sleep, too."
(On Coach Marrone's philosophy of not looking back) "Yeah I mean, I think you can only focus on what's in front of you. I think you learn from the past and use the things that have happened to you. But in reality, we have a ton of guys this year on this 53-man [roster] that have never played up there, have never been with us when we've gone to play. So, it's a new experience, it's a new team bringing up. But it'—a lot of it is the same challenges that they present. They play really well in that building, they play with a lot of confidence, older guys that mix things up well and they're very talented. So, it's definitely a unique challenge."
(On communicating about the idea of what it will be like to play without fans in the stadium) "No, not really. We're preparing for it. I mean, we had a scrimmage, I guess that'll be kind of similar. We also practiced today, it'll kind of be similar. So, we're excited for it—we obviously wish fans were there, makes it more fun, I'm assuming. But we're focused on the task at hand and hopefully we'll be ready for it."
(On Titans FS Kevin Byard) "Yeah, he's so good, man. He's, like you said, one of the best safeties in the league. He can play well in the box, he can play well deep, he mixes up looks, he's savvy and he has a nose for the ball. So, you definitely have to have an idea of where he is. He's a good player and he's a challenge that we're looking forward to."