WR Amari Cooper (9.20.22)


On the importance of bouncing back from lats week’s loss on Thursday against a divisional opponent in the Steelers:

“It is always important. Like the coaches alluded to – I think it was yesterday – you win your division, and you go to the playoffs. That is the type of mindset that every team should have and that is the type of mindset that we have. It starts with obviously a tough division.”


On if he is concerned the team will have a challenge moving on from Sunday’s tough loss prior to the Steelers game this week:

“No, I am not really worried about that. At the end of the day, we are pros. At the end of the day, I think we have a good staff, good coaches and good leaders on the team that will help the team.”


On the onside kick the NY Jets recovered:

“It was my play to make, and I didn’t make it to sum it up in a few words.”


On if he was on the hands team when with the Cowboys:

“Yes. I was not on there last year though I do not think, but I was on it all of the years before.”


On if he should have batted the onside kick out of bounds:

“Either grab it or bat it out of bounce. We could do either.”


On the importance to own a mistake like the play on the onside kick:

“Because it is the truth. That is it.”


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