"We were looking for a way to be more careful out there so I wasn't getting hit as much as I did last week," Speight said. "Luckily, our offensive line and our running backs were great. I think there was one time where we called the same play eight straight times, just flipping the sides, and we were picking up nine or 10 yards a pop. I was just laughing every time I got the same signal."
"If you don't see any light at the end of the tunnel on a play, sometimes the best play is to just throw the ball out of bounds, and that's what I'll do from here on out," said Speight, who is 92 of 146 for 1,094 yards and 10 touchdowns.