And I understood that in an age where there was so much ego, because of the camera, that it was very important to look for that kind of player, ... I began to look for the kind of player that doesn't need his ego fed by stardom, but will do what he's supposed to do because he knows the game and loves the game, and will do the job the right way even if someone else gets the glory.
In terms of really fooling (veteran quarterbacks like) Manning, (Dan) Marino, (John) Elway at this point in their career, they've seen every blitz, ... They've seen every coverage. They've seen every front. In terms of him standing back there scratching his head like, 'Well, I wonder what coverage that is.' I don't think that's really happening.