I think they talk a lot of mess. That kind of gets me excited.
I am a better running back every time I step on the field. I try to get better each game, each summer, each season.
My first day here, just like my first day at Alabama, I went and got the record books and looked it all up. It was like, 'OK, how hard is it going to be for me to get this thing?' I started setting goals to get them fast.
It's a really cool thing when you can see the changing of the guard.
I let Mack (Strong) beat up on people, and I run behind him. That's going to work. It doesn't matter what other teams do, it's always going to work.
I want to score every time I touch the ball, whether it is one yard or 99 yards. I just want to go out and make a play.
I told some of the guys before the game that playing aggressive and playing with passion is a choice. I said that everybody should make the choice today.
It's always good to win a game that you're down, win games that you should win. Our last drive was 93 yards. That's what championship teams do. We know that, and we're doing that.
It's going to be a fun time in the playoffs.
This team has accomplished some goals. Now my family is getting together on what we should do -- and then go on.
After the smoke clears, I think people will say, 'You know what? That Shaun Alexander, he did all right when he was here. I think there will be more smiles when the smoke clears.
I think people will say, 'You know what? That Shaun Alexander, he did all right when he was here.
If I could have one superpower, I'd want to have the power of mind over matter. I'd want to be able to move things and people with my mind.
Medicine's good for some people. Not for me.
For me, you've got to play football first. We're not trying to be accountants. The money takes care of itself. That's kind of how I think anyway.