Here’s what Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones had to say after the 28-16 loss to the Browns:
On losing momentum with a loss: "No, we have to do a better job offensively. They played a lot of two-high the whole game, and we just have to go out there and find ways to attack cover two. We know we're going to see it for the remainder of the season, so it's up to us to go out there and make something happen."
On coming out flat: "No, I wouldn't say we were flat, we just didn't attack cover two the way we were supposed to today. That's all. We went out there and competed; they were the better team today, but we're a better ball club than that."
On snapping a three-game winning streak: "All of those games are behind us. This one was most important because it was next on the schedule for us. We just have to do a better job. That's it."
On the loss: "At the end of the day, it's all on us. We're not looking at other people's expectations of how we should have played or what we should have done different. This is the result of the game. We're a better team, but we have to fix us, bottom line."
On head coach Dan Quinn's message after the game: "It's always tough when you lose. We can make up stuff here and there, but on the end of the day it's on us. I'm going to keep saying that we can play better and we can do better, but with opportunities and things like that, we have to do better. That's it. That's the bottom line. We just have to get back to work."
On reaching 10,000 career receiving yards: "I was out here trying to get the win today. I've been playing okay, but that's not anything that's in my head right now. We've got to find a way to win ball games."