"I feel Joe's confidence since I've been here, but I can honestly say, this past week, working with him through the first playoff game, I could see the level rise a little bit," Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak said. "I just think he works and plays and lives for these situations, and I just think his record speaks for itself in what he's been able to do. A lot of guys want the ball in their hands at this time, and he's one of those guys. He says, 'Put it on me.' That's a great feeling as a coach, but it's a great feeling in the room with the team."