Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "I'm pleased with the performance, it was a very difficult game in tough conditions. We had a slight readjustment in our backline again with Simon Francis missing out and Jack Simpson playing left-back.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith: "It's very precious. The fact that we'd lost four Premier League matches on the spin, you don't come into this game with an awful lot of confidence.
"The three things I asked the players for were enthusiasm, attitude and application, and we got them.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho: "Today was bad, we didn't start well. Chelsea started better than us. They scored from a short corner and that disappoints me. We were not focused.
"The second goal is a bad goal to concede.
Norwich boss Daniel Farke, speaking to BBC Sport: "We were 1-0 up, played fantastic, we had two or three one on ones and hit the inside of the post. No-one could complain if we were 4-0 up at half-time.
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce: "I always thought maybe one goal would decide it because Palace don't give much away. We try to prime ourselves the same way. My goalkeeper made a few good saves but I don't think anybody would deny that Almiron deserved the winner.
"When the season started, no-one expected us to be there," said Rodgers.
"There was a flash-up yesterday [on TV] about the title race and the top four. There were six players on the screen and not one of ours were there.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith calls on Grealish's teammates to score more goals:
"Whenever we concede a goal it feels like the end of the world at the moment," Smith said.
"The manner we conceded the goals is very poor.
Everton caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson: "I think a point was fair. We struggled with energy levels and they probably had the better chances, but we're happy with a point. The players dug deep today.
Former Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison on BBC Radio: "I like what Brighton are doing. A new manager has come in and they're playing exciting football - but I don't think that is [ever going to be] Crystal Palace.