"Let's put together teams that are in charge of the interrogation process because we want to make sure, priority number one, when these kinds of events happen, have we gotten all the information we need to ensure that there's not going to be any additional attacks."
On a more light-hearted note, the President said that although the Colts were the "favored team", he had a "soft spot" for the Saints.
"I think the Colts probably have to be favored, mainly because they've got perhaps the best quarterback in history. I mean, Peyton Manning is unbelievable. And they've got a team that has complete confidence in him. Everybody knows the system. There's enormous continuity with that team. So they are tough," he said.
But, he added, "I do have a soft spot in my heart for New Orleans, mainly because of what the city has gone through over these last several years, and I just know how much that team means to them. And I got to know Drew Brees when we shot a commercial for having kids get more active and get off the couch, and he's just a class act, terrific guy, wonderful family. But I would say that the Colts have to be favored."