"I'm a competitor," he said. "I watched film on him. I know he's a great player. I just thought I could benefit from him. That's the positive thing. I didn't get down at all. I just figured I could learn from him and Lee Smith."
"It's fun," Cook said. "That's how football is supposed to be when you can open up the offense, and make plays and stay on the field. Staying on the field helps the whole team out. When you're able to do that, keeping the chains moving, that just helps everybody out, helps everybody get more plays."