"I don't think he needs to do anything to jump-start his game," Nadelen said. "I think he needs to continue to practice really well, understand the game plan, understand his role in that game plan, and when he gets on the field, let the game come to him and take advantage of his opportunities and play hard and smart at the same time. The good thing about Jon is he's a pretty effective dodger, but he's also got really nice vision. So he's got to be able to use that to his advantage and play with poise and not try to force the issue where I feel like he gets himself into trouble sometimes. He takes that upon himself. Sometimes when he makes a mistake, he hasn't learned how to push through it, but I think he's doing a better job with that."