Dorsey: “You draw the line where the ball is knock them back.”

CHARLOTTE – Here’s what Glenn Dorsey said at his locker after the game.

Q: It seemed to me the two goal line stands turned the game. Do you agree?

DORSEY: I agree. Those were some big downs, man. We had our back against the wall, but we perform better like that. In games like this, you want it to come down to your defense. You look forward to those opportunities. Hopefully, we won’t be in goal line as much but, when you are, you’ve got to do your job and the defense stepped up.

Q: They were down there twice. Is there a mindset you guys have, and are you saying things to each other?

DORSEY: Yeah, you draw your line. You draw the line where the ball is and knock them back.

Q: Do you feel sorry for yourself that they’re so close to the goal line?

DORSEY: I don’t know if I feel sorry. I’m mad that we let them get down there. Always. As a defense, you want to hold them to nothing. Of course you’re going to be a little angry. You’ve got to make it right.

    1. Checkmate honey
      Beat you at your own damn game
      No dice honey
      I’m livin’ on the astral plane
      Feet’s on the ground
      And your head’s going down the drain
      Heads I win, tails you lose
      To the never mind

      When you Draw The Line

      1. A Indian summer, Carrie was all over the floor
        She was a wet net winner, and rarely ever left the store
        She’d sing and dance all night, and wrong all the right outa me
        Oh, pass me the vile and cross your fingers, it don’t take time
        Nowhere to draw the line

  1. Hardcore 49er Defense. Major League. This is where the rubber meets the road. Knock-down back alley brawl, and be seeing you is Seattle.

  2. “Do you feel sorry for yourself?”

    WTH?! kind of question is that? Oh yea, let’s start our question premise with some doubt and quilt.

    What? did we walk into the confessional?

    Professionally, I would reconsider the line of questioning you seem to have no problem asking.

    Just sayin’…

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