FOXBOROUGH -- A few Patriots defenders were asked today about comments made by Cowboys receiver Patrick Crayton, as Crayton said the New England defense was "not the real deal".
"Next question," cornerback Ellis Hobbs said, before changing his mind and deciding to answer.
"Same story, man. We've heard it before. Whatever. That's why we have 60 minutes. You have 60 minutes to prove what you got out there, and bottom line, we won the game. We're worried about Week 7. It's over with. All the hype and all the hoopla, but like I said, at the end of the day you have to play the game between the white lines. The results are in, let's move on."
Outside linebacker Rosevelt Colvin also was asked about Crayton's comments.
"Everybody is entitled to their opinion. What was important to us was getting the win," Colvin said. "They could have scored 100, but as long as Tom [Brady] scored 101, we won. That game is last week. We don't play the Cowboys again. Move on."