Morris Claiborne laughed when reminded of his Twitter rant a few hours after a pass interference penalty cost the Dallas Cowboys a final chance to come back against Kansas City.
The easy smile seemed to show he had moved on after feeling compelled to tell ''the haters out there your opinion doesn't matter so keep it to yourself.''
Moving on is what cornerbacks get paid to do, even those playing with an injured shoulder, wounded pride and the burden of being a No. 6 overall pick that the Cowboys moved up eight spots to get a year ago.
Claiborne still thinks he made the right move coming over the back of Chiefs receiver Donnie Avery to break up a pass short of the first down on third-and-10 - even if Cowboys coach Jason Garrett joined the chorus of those saying he was a little too aggressive.
And even if the resulting first down eventually left Tony Romo more than 50 yards from field goal range with 16 seconds left in Kansas City's 17-16 win.