RE: Defensively, last night, what adjustment did you make in the second half to make it work against Johnny Manziel?
DK: We were playing a lot of man and cover 3, you know? Every time we had our back turned on him, he was breaking out and getting out on us, so one of the adjustments was to zone him up, keep our eyes on him--you know, pretty much the same game plan we had with Russell Wilson. We know he likes to extend plays with his feet and he likes to get outside of the pocket. So, it was causing us some problems in the first half, but coaches did a great job of adjusting.
RE: So, was he improved as a quarterback from the last time you saw him?
DK: I feel like he improved but I feel like they (the Browns' staff) don't let him be Johnny, you know? I feel like they want him to be a pocket quarterback, which I don't think Johnny's a pocket quarterback. He made a completion on me, I think it was like the first play of the game on a slant. I didn't even see him, I just saw the ball. I just feel like, just let him be Johnny and he'll be alright. But, I'm just happy we got the win last night and he wasn't Johnny.