"Matt's a 30,000-foot guy. He'll look at steady improvements and how you're preparing. Even after a bad game, he'll come away with a list of things you did well before he grinds you on the things you need to improve on, and I think that's perfect for RG3," Dilfer said. "He needs that guy who is going to help rehabilitate his confidence and get him believing that he's the dude again."
"I think what he did for me more than anything else was that he believed in me, he believed in me from day one. I don't think Billick ever did," said Dilfer, who is now an NFL analyst for ESPN. "But Matt really really believed in me."