"Our guys are very resilient, but more than that, Monday morning is when we reassess with them where we are and what we did well and what we didn't do well and what we need to do next, and that doesn't change," he said. "I don't come in screaming at them after a loss or hugging them after a win. We come in and we try to be real clear about what we think we did well and what we didn't do well and where we need to go from here. The one thing our guys have shown is that they're going to compete every second of every game. And so I don't think any of that is going to change. But have we got to get better in some areas? Unquestionably, and I think they knew that, but I think they knew that after some of our wins, too."