"They'll have to be on their toes," he said, "kind of play the game out as it goes."
"I didn't play o-line growing up," he said. "So, when I first became a coach all I wanted to do was throw it. I played receiver and quarterback my whole life. So, that's all you want to do. And you lean toward that, but the longer you do it, you realize that no matter how cool of passes you can draw up, you've got to protect, you've got to do things, you can't put all the pressure on the quarterback. And the thing that does make it a lot easier is being able to run the ball. Running the ball takes pressure off everyone and puts pressure on the defense."