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Sanchez comments – Part II Dan Leberfeld

Q)Did you envision this offense running the ball and use the running game to set up the pass?

Sanchez: Whatever we need to win. [The Colt’s game] just happened to be a great day running. Look at the Buffalo game, we threw the heck out of it and were really successful through the air. If that’s what we need, then that’s what we have to do. Then, our other win against Miami, (we were) just grinding it out and finding a way to win late in the game or in overtime if we have to do that.

Wins come in all shapes and forms, so we have to be ready to play specific to that game.

Q)Was the Colts game, the best he has ever seen Shonn Greene run?

Sanchez: He had three (touchdowns) against Washington last year. When I saw that on the board, that was the first thing I thought of: when he busted that run when we would’ve rather had him fall down in that situation last year. It’s great for Shonn. He’s a heck of a player and he just keeps grinding. He just keeps grinding, keeps playing hard and that wasn’t easy. A couple of those running backs went out, so Shonn’s picking up the load and he’s picking himself up off the ground and running it five more times in a row. That’s not easy for a running back, but he kept on going.