"Once you have the intangibles, the brain, the physicality to be able to earn the right to be the starting quarterback, the first thing you have to do is not go backwards, to not lose the game. The ball's in your hands every play, and the ability not to lose the game – and I know that sounds incredibly trite and stupid – it's huge, and Peter hasn't done that," Ambrose said. "We're undefeated, and he's the starting quarterback of a team that is undefeated. Now I will tell you flat-out that he played the least-best that he has played so far, and nobody knows that better than him. If you're not thinking and you're not growing, then you're dying. Peter's in here thinking and making sure he learns from the mistakes he made last week. We are going to need a better effort from him if we're going to continue on this stretch. There's no question in my mind."