RAIDERS S CHARLES WOODSON
(on his impressions of Matt McGloin)
I thought he was poised. For a young guy coming in undrafted getting his first start, I thought he handled himself very well, probably above expectations for a lot of people. I know everyone here was very pleased with his performance.
(on what stands out about the Titans’ offense)
I think when you think about those guys, I think you think about the running back position. It’s going to be our focal point of course, not letting the running back get yards. When he hits that hole, he could be trouble for you if you allow him to cut loose. They got some weapons over there at receiver. They got some guys that can catch the ball and take the ball the distance. We got to do a great job keeping those guys contained, making tackles, and not allowing them to have yards after contact.
(on what stands out about
Well, I think he has command of the offense. He’s doing a great job as far as getting the ball out of his hands, getting the ball to the playmakers on the team and allowing those guys to work. Watching the game last week, they moved the ball pretty much down the field. They’re doing some good things offensively.
(on the Raiders’ success against the run this year)
I think guys are taking care of their responsibilities, attacking their gap, doing their assignments. I think we have guys out there flying around, not allowing things to happen after contact. As I said before, that is one of the things we can’t do this week. We’ve been doing a great job swarming to the football, getting guys down, and having fun while we’re doing it.