Q. (Question concerning the decision to go for it at the end of the game.) Is that a gut thing and kind of a situational thing? How do you kind of process it?
SEAN MCDERMOTT: Yeah, I mean, I felt good about our chances. I had a chance to win the game right there and we didn’t get it done.
Q. The play before, it looked like you made the first down but there was no measurement. Was it clear?
SEAN MCDERMOTT: The signal was first down. They signaled first down and then they changed it. From what I was told after the game, they went and visited with it, then I think they radioed down and changed it.
Q. It was upstairs?
SEAN MCDERMOTT: I believe so, yes.
Q. (No microphone.)
SEAN MCDERMOTT: Well, yeah. Yeah. So, at the end of the day, we didn’t get the job done. I didn’t get the job done. And, you know, they did a good job in the red zone. We should have scored. Our red zone status, I think were two-for-five. They were three-for-three. You know, and then the points after the turnover, we got — they got seven, we came away with three. So, some of the differences in the game. But at the end of the day, the results are the results and now we got to do a better job.