Ravens WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh is typically an open book when it comes to interviews, so it was no surprise he had a lot to say during a sitdown with NFL Network on Thursday.
A few highlights:
Watching the scoreboard Sunday: “I take a peak at the scoreboard all the time anyway. But, I think Sunday we’ll all be scoreboard watching a little bit. But it really doesn’t matter if we take care of what we’re supposed to take care of. I’m quite sure, [it's] human nature, we’re going to be looking at the scoreboard quite often.”
On the Bengals: “They don’t have a great record, but they have great players. When you have good players, anything can happen.”
On whether the Ravens have the best receivers in NFL: “I would say if you base it off of talent, then yes. But if you base it off of statistics and what we’ve done thus far this season, then no.”
On the Bengals’ record: “I’m disappointed, because I was looking forward to this game, because I felt like I played like trash in the first game. I wanted them to have a really good record, I wanted us to have a good record, so this game would mean a lot. That’s not the case, but it still means a lot because we have a bigger goal at hand, and I’m sure they want to derail that.”