That was quarterback Matt Moore's opening line in the huddle upon his return.
Teammates say the greeting came with a side order of of Moores's trademark cheesy grin.
The career backup has put on a cape and come to an NFL team's rescue his entire career, which includes leading the Dolphins to six victories during last year's rebound from an 0-7 start. So what he faced Sunday against the New York Jets was just like riding a bicycle.
"I had to get a couple of plays under by belt," Moore said, "but once we got into the swing of things and put some drives together I felt comfortable."
Comfortable enough to complete 11-of-19 passes for 131 yards and one touchdown in Miami's 30-9 blowout win over the Jets.
Moore replaced Ryan Tannehill, who suffered a left knee injury and hyper-extended his left quadriceps with 10:09 left in the first quarter and the Dolphins in possession of a 3-0 lead.
It's nice to see him get an opportunity to shine once more, even if only for one game.
Yeah, go ahead and tell us Moore only wins meaningless games. A now 4-3 Dolphins team picking up a key win against a division rival.