On the offensive weapons: "It's great to have a bunch of different guys that are capable of making plays at anytime in the game. We are at our best when everybody is involved and we are running the football and throwing play-action passes off of it. I thought we did nice job of that today. Everybody created explosive plays. We are difficult to defend when you have to account for a lot of people."
On Julio Jones' touchdown: "His toughness is second to none. He plays thought a lot of different things at a lot of different times. He probably ran about 40 yards on that play, from the backside to the back pylon on the right side. Just excellent by him of staying with in and toe-tapping on the sidelines. It was a great way for us to start the game."
On Calvin Ridley tying the rookie receiver TD record: "He has had a great year, he really has. He has done a lot of really good things for us and the credit goes to him. When he has gotten his opportunities he has made plays. I think he has been lucky to come into a group at that wide receiver position that has mentored him really well and taught him what I means to be a professional and Cal, you know, has done an exceptional job for a young guy of buying into that."
What would you have said if you heard at the beginning of the season that only one team from the NFC South would be in the playoffs?: "I would have said, I hope it is us, and that is probably the biggest thing. You never know in this league, it's tough. The parity throughout top to bottom, year in to year out, the margin for winning and losing is razor thin. I know this division is tough, there is a lot of really good players, good defenses, good quarterbacks, but I wish it was us that was the one that was in."
What went through his mind when he first saw Matt Bosher's hit: "I didn't see it. I've got to see the highlights. I heard it, I was sitting on the sideline, but I did not see the hit yet, so I'll give you a better answer some time this week."