On his only incompletion:
"I felt like we had a little bit of heat, that maybe somebody was on my back. I wanted to avoid a sack and just probably rushed the throw and didn't really get that much balance or momentum towards the receiver with the throw. My bad. I should've completed that one."
On the significance of having his teammates from the Super Bowl championship team here:
"It was special, everything about the night. I don't know how they (the NFL) pick them. It's 'Monday night Football,' playing the Colts, the team that we won the Super Bowl against 10 years ago, the whole Super Bowl team is back for the 10th anniversary, and, obviously, it's national television, a big game, and now that record (passing touchdowns) is in the balance as well. It just, kind of, makes you shake your head and say, 'Are you kidding me?' I'm not sure how we got here. It just, kind of, makes your whole life and career flash before your eyes. I never thought that I would have had a chance to be a part of something like this; and, just looking at the entire journey, 19 years, five years in San Diego and 14 years here, all of the incredible teammates and coaches that I have had the chance to play with and for, (and) this team right here is very special. Of course, our fan base, the Who Dat Nation, everybody in the Dome tonight, everybody watching tonight, loved ones, my family, my kids here, both of my college roommates, who are my best friends in the world, they were here with their kids. It was just an incredible night, incredible experience, (and an) incredible moment to be able to share that with so many people, because all of them are a big part of it."
On if he thinks it was his best career game:
"I don't know. It was efficient, with the exception of the one (missed) pass. It was good tempo, it was good rhythm. Listen, I go out there with the expectation that the ball shouldn't touch the ground unless I am throwing it away or occasionally they are going to make a play (defensively). I don't know. You have that expectation. You work for that. You expect that. You're just playing ball. My goal is to be the best decision maker that I can be on every play and to get us into the best play, throw the ball where it needs to go, getting it into the hands of our play-makers, getting us in the end zone, converting third downs, keeping drives alive, playing complementary football with our defense. Again, all of that just goes into being a great decision-make