Chambers: Hopefully We Can Fix Something

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Miami Dolphins' WR Derek Hagan, 10.15

On the referee's uncatchable call…

That's a play that you can't leave up to the referee, because at certain points they're going to make mistakes too and we just have to keep playing. Unfortunately, the call was made and here we are now.

On having a good game personally…

I thought I played well, but the fact of the matter is, we didn't win the game. It doesn't matter if you play great, or don't play well; you always want to get that victory. Unfortunately, tonight that just didn't happen and we have to get back in there tomorrow and hopefully we can get it started. Once our offense got that rhythm we were moving the ball, it's just too bad that it happened so late, but it did happen and hopefully, we can get it started next week.

On the near-catch in the endzone…

The defensive back, he just stuck his hands in there at the last minute, but I should make that play; I'm a receiver and I have to make those plays.

Miami Dolphins' WR Derek Chris Chambers, 10.15

On the rhythm from the second half…

It's something you don't even think about. We were in that fast offense, so we knew exactly what we had to do and the defense can't really set up what they want. We pretty much did it all on three different plays, they were just working and clicking.

On what to say about being 1-5…

Nothing, we just have to get over the hump and get a win, that's the most important thing. We have a game next week, and then we have a bye after that, so hopefully we can fix something. We just have to sit back and look at all the games we've played and see what we did wrong.

Miami Dolphins QB Joey Harrington

On the difference of the team's play in the 4th quarter…

Nothing. We didn't stop ourselves. There was nothing different. We moved the ball well all day. The first three quarters we made mistakes to stop ourselves, whether it was drops, fumbles, interceptions, penalties, the same things we have done all year to ourselves. In the fourth quarter we didn't do that, we moved the ball, which is what we didn't do the rest of the game.

On why the team played well in the fourth quarter…

Why? If I knew why we would play like that all the time. Just a sense of being free and cutting it loose, I don't know. I don't have a good answer for you, I'm sorry.

On the two interceptions…

Well, the one I threw to Chris (Chambers), I don't know you would have to ask him on that one. I threw the ball where I wanted to and those things happen, he tried to make a play on it. The second one was my fault. I threw it right to the guy. I saw him first and checked off the safety and then came back and didn't see him and I threw it right to him.

On what happened on the last throw of the game (out pattern)…

The guy was driving in. He was squatting at the sticks, hanging on his shoulder, so I threw it. We were in field goal range, that's not the type of ball where you want to try and fit one in, in that situation. We gave ourselves a chance to tie it up. That isn't where you try to be a hero. The explanation we got from the side judge was that it was uncatchable that's why he didn't throw the flag, but it was uncatchable because the guy was where he was, one of those catch-22's.

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