"It comes to the point where we keep saying 'it's on us', and it is, 'it's on us,' but we can't just keep talking about it," Barkley said. "We've got to go out there and do it. We've got to go out there and stop making mistakes, get back to playing Giants football, what Giants football is known for. I think that's the message we'll have for the team this week, to play Giants football, and hopefully we can do that next week."
"If we play better than what we did last game and execute when we need to execute, I don't think the conversation will be 15 touches if we find a way to win," Barkley said.