Do you worry that unveiling that fake field goal will put opponents on alert to prevent a repeat?
"No, because we had done it in the past. It was already out there, it was already on film. And it was so open on the backside that if someone is going to give you a touchdown in this league, you kind of almost want to take it. The game's not over until it's over. So when you can get a touchdown, you definitely take that. … We're actually 3-for-3 with the play. We've had great success with it, and once you cross that white line, it's a great feeling, especially when the opportunities are very limited."
You pulled off a fake extra-point attempt in the team's 35-7 rout of the Steelers in last year's season opener. How much preparation do you think Pittsburgh has done this week to guard against another fake?
"As far as preparation, I don't know. They're just probably going to be in a safe look. It's just going to be one of those things where they know it's out there, they know we have a fake on, and it's something they're going to hold off and kind of back guys away just for the potential like that."
Did you get any reaction from other holders in the
"We got some texts from other ones saying that it was pretty cool, they were excited for me. And in some ways, they were jealous as well. It was good to hear."