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Santana Moss, 10.21.12

Q: Is this one of the craziest games you've ever been a part of?
A: Yeah, it's wild man, kind of been us this whole year, having to fight. Towards the end we tried to come up with it, but it's one of those things. We need to learn how to just finish it and it would probably have been better.

Q: What was it like personally to get the touchdown and then the fumble at the end of the game?
A: It's just part of the game. Honestly, I don't feel well about fumbling. I felt great about the touchdown, but any chance you get to make a difference; you try to make a difference. Would I want it to happen a little differently? Yeah, but when you're fighting, anything can happen. Sometimes you lose a fight; I just feel like I lost a fight.

Q: Do you think Eli Manning is the best late-game quarterback in the NFL right now?

A: He's been doing it well for a while. He spoke a couple of years about himself and said he was elite; he's been playing that way all this season. I like Eli, he's a pretty good quarterback. The one thing that we do; we don't worry about all that over there. We do the best we can and we came up short.

Q: Four turnovers in the second half, how disappointing was that?
A: It's something you don't want to be a part of, but it still gives us time...it's something that we need to go and look at and see what we can be better at. We had the game pretty much in our grasp, things that we want to do; penalties and turnovers hurt us, and that's the way we lose a game.