"When you're at this level, and if you're going to be a professional and it's your job, I think you have to take it personally," Cundiff said. "I get paid to make field goals. We'll move on from this. It's one of those things that will strengthen me in the end. Throughout my career, I've had challenging situations, and I'm still standing here today, so it's something that will be tough for a little while."
"Because he's going to look at his sheet and say, 'What are the percentages and how are they going to work in our favor?'