"Ronald Dayne" is a former American college and professional American football/football player who was a running back in the National Football League (NFL) for eight seasons. Dayne played college football for the University of Wisconsin-Madison/University of Wisconsin, set the major college record for career rushing yards, and won the 1999 Heisman Trophy. He was a first round pick of the New York Giants in the 2000 NFL Draft, and also played professionally for the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans of the NFL.

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I was surprised, especially with Mike playing so well, ... It was just fun getting the ball and being able to run downfield.

We didn't get all our third downs, and that was the thing that kept the defense on the field so much. We just have to keep working on it. We did better than we did last week. We're getting better and improving.

In that situation, just do what you have to do to get the first down, ... That's it, just get the first down. And everybody on the defense is up (on the line of scrimmage), so once you get past that first down, then you think touchdown. First down, touchdown.

I was just happy to get the opportunity to play, and to help my team win.

That was the hardest part. Not dressing didn't really hurt me, but not being able to help the team did.

I was ready last week. I'm going to stay ready. I'll just do what I have to do in case something like that happens.

I'm going to be ready whenever they need me. I was just happy to get the ball and run downfield.

It's an all-or-nothing play.

Hopefully, I'll get an opportunity to do it, and I'll do my best.