"We kind of flipped the field, thinking maybe that we could dodge from behind if we didn't have anything and move it up and maybe attack some approaches and if not, move it behind again," he said. "They do a great job of keeping everything tight, and if you don't circulate the ball and move them, there's really not a lot to see. And I thought early, we just settled. We didn't move a lot off-ball, we kind of got stubborn, and we just didn't let the ball do a lot of the work for us. I thought in the second half, the guys were much more patient, moved, possessed, and things started opening up a bit more."