"His comfort level, him understanding what's being asked of him to do," general manager Rick Spielman said. "They will do things to make sure that he is comfortable in the offense, that will fit his strengths as a quarterback. You can have all the gaudy stats in the world, but this business is always going to come down to wins and losses."
"The expectations or the pressure are no different than they are any other year," general manager Rick Spielman said. "I know last year was disappointing from where we felt we were and where we ended up. I know we did a lot of things to try and correct those areas that we needed to address during the offseason, and I think we've accomplished that so far. But it's yet to be determined."