"How important is it to get pressure on the quarterback? Well, you don't want, particularly this guy, to get into a seven-on-seven matchup with your defensive backs, especially when they have a 6-12, 260-pound tight end that runs about a 4.5 [40-yard dash]," outside linebacker Terrell Suggs said. "You don't want him back there just like, 'Oh, we're just going to play catch today.' You don't want him to zone in, get in his zone, so to say. So I think pressure is going to be crucial, but it's always crucial. But particularly when you are playing these type of quarterbacks, it's pivotal."