I don't think God cares a whole lot about the outcome. He cares about the people involved, but I don't think he's a big football fan.
There should be a minimum on the air pressure but not a maximum. Every game, they're taking air out of the footballs I'm throwing, and I think that's a disadvantage for the way that I like them prepped.
I feel like I've set the bar fairly high, and I want to keep living up to that bar.
You talk all the time about being connected, being a unit, believing in each other. But if you have unnamed sources, people out there cutting you down, and then you find out it's the person calling the plays - that would be really hard to deal with, to look at him the same way.
I'm fulfilling my dreams that I had as a kid every single day.
That's what really motivates me: to make my coaches proud, my teammates proud, and the fans proud.
I think as you get older, you realize there's always going to be critics. Critics are going to win every time because they can change their critique based on the stats and their own personal feelings.
I've spent years trying to time up my drops with my throws. You learn to listen to your feet and trust your positions.
I'm just going to say I'm not gay. I really, really like women. That's all I can really say about that.
The majority of the time, they take air out of the football. I think that, for me, is a disadvantage.
Touch is more important than arm strength. You want to really allow the receiver to run underneath the throw. It'll give you a little margin for error if you undershoot it a bit.
When I'm out there, you just have to react. That's why you work on those throws. When you're in the moment, you can't think to yourself, 'How do I get this to go 47 yards and be 2 yards inside the sideline?'
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