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Jets at Bengals Halftime Quotes

Posted Aug 16, 2014

Jets at Bengals halftime quotes 08/16/2014

Preseason Game 2 - Jets at Bengals

Halftime Quotes

MARVIN LEWIS
Head coach
On the first half ...
“We did a good job with the first groups on offense and defense, so obviously I’m happy with that. You want to see that every time
out. Andy looked very sharp. But penalties and mistakes in the kicking game flipped the field position on us, so now we’ve got a field on
our hands.”

ANDY DALTON
Quarterback
On the first team offense and his perfect 158.3 passer rating ...
“That’s about as good as it gets in the preseason, I guess. It just felt good out there. We are all in sync, moving the ball, got some
big check plays and score points. That’s what you want.”
GIOVANI BERNARD
Halfback
On his one-yard touchdown run ...
“For a running back on a play like that, you just have to keep your legs moving. Never top pushing until you hear the whistle blow,
and I didn’t hear it. Down there near the goal line, it’s all about determination.”

MOHAMED SANU
Wide receiver
On his 43-yard touchdown reception ...
“Their safety was rolled way over the top, and I was able to get by the corner and get a step on him. And Andy just dropped it on a
dime. All I had to do was stick my hands out and not drop it.”

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