By Times staff reports
© St. Petersburg Times
published January 13, 2002
Eagles coach Andy Reid, on the fate of Bucs coach Tony Dungy:
"I think Tony has done a great job there. For whatever people said before the game or what they are going to say after the game, he has done a heck of a job there."
Reid, on alternating running backs Duce Staley and Correll Buckhalter:
"They run well, and it is good to keep both of them fresh and to bring both of them in and have your running back at top speed. Duce does a nice job with the pass game. Buckhalter also had some nice grabs today."
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Eagles offensive lineman Jermaine Mayberry, on quarterback Donovan McNabb:
"He's great. His presence is so calm. He never gets rattled. He's always in control."
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Staley, on the rushing effort:
"We were able to come out and play smashmouth football. We kind of controlled the game and did what we wanted to out there."
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McNabb, on his postgame conversation with Warren Sapp:
"We're competitors. Whatever's been said through the media we know has been blown up. We don't focus on that. We're pretty good friends."
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Cornerback Bobby Taylor, on the Eagles defense vs. the Bucs offense:
"You tell me. They're going on vacation, and we're still playing. No touchdowns in two years. What else do we need to do?"
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Linebacker Carlos Emmons, on why no Eagle celebrated:
"Anything less than a Super Bowl win is a failure."
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