OK, he wasn't nearly as amusing as last week, when he was talking about possible concussions and forgotten breakups. But here you go nonetheless...
On getting on the same page with Roy Williams: "We have to watch the tape. We have to see why certain things are different ways. I missed him on a big route early in the game; I have to bring the ball down some. But he’s doing good. He’s running good routes and he’ll be fine. It’s just a matter of going back and looking at the tape and seeing what we have to do better. It’s just part of growing with a receiver or group."
On what the offense has to keep doing to improve: "I think you’re always looking to never make a mistake, everyone be on the right page, always striving for that each week. The reality is, it won’t happen every week. You want to score a touchdown every time you get the ball. It’s unrealistic, but it’s what you’re trying to obtain."
On Miles Austin: "He's tough to tackle, I know that. He gives you the run after catch, and that’s something that’s been pleasant to see. You saw Sam Hurd, and I think those two came in together. They’ve been fighting for a long time to get on the field, and it’s exciting to see their work paying off."