Wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, asked if the offense grew too conservative with a 10-point lead:
"Nah. We just stunk it up."
Defensive tackle Warren Sapp, on running his sack total to three:
"Ooooh. I might get five before it's over."
Tackle Kenyatta Walker, on the last drive:
"It was do or die. I forget who it was, but someone in the huddle said, "This is where we earn our money.' This week, we earned our checks."
Coach Tony Dungy, on the victory:
"Road wins are tough to get, and this has been a tough place for us. So we're happy with the win. Hopefully, this will give us some momentum for the second half of the year."
Quarterback Brad Johnson:
"We could have made the game easier on ourselves. For some reason, something wasn't clicking. We had chances to put the game away."
Keyshawn, on playing an 0-7 team:
"I've been on a team that's been 0-7 and 0-8 and 1-15 at the end of the year. It's always going to be tough to beat that team, because they have fight in them. They've run into a bad luck situation right now. But I think in the future, with the new coaching staff, they'll get turned around. They'll be a much better team record-wise next year."
Keyshawn, on the playoff race:
"We just take one game at a time. I guess you can consider it a one-game season."
Cornerback Ronde Barber:
"We still have to prove to ourselves we can win two games in a row."