"I know that everyone makes that comment about it, but I've seen the guy be all of successful," Dean Pees said. "They may change certain ways that they do things to kind of aid that a little bit, but I don't think it changes. That is what he is. It's like anything else. Everybody has idiosyncrasies in how they play – whether they are a defensive player or an offensive player or something – and you try to take advantage of that if you can. But to try to take advantage of that sometimes, it can hurt you in someplace else. It is what it is. We just have to do a good job of recognizing him and breaking on the ball and good vision on the ball."