"When [Ravens cornerbacks] Samari Rolle and Chris McAlister were at the height of their games – you know, 'Shake-and-Bake' – we raised havoc," Scott said. "We were able to get to the passer. You're able to do so many different things when you have two lockdown corners. When you've got the best in the game … I don't know, when Chris was going, if he was considered the best, but he was considered one of the best. But when you have a guy who's considered the best and then a guy who's almost 6-3 with lanky arms and has tremendous ball skills and make-up speed, that's what you ask for because then now teams have to try and attack you in another way. They have to try and attack you. 'OK, let's try and go up the seams on their linebackers or let's test their safeties out.' And that's playing into our hands."