"They've made their big plays in that situation," Pees said. "It's not necessarily so much a passing attack like a third down on a wide-open thing like a New England. They've made most of their hay in the passing game off of their play-action. So to me, it's just having good zone eyes, or man eyes, whatever we might be in. We always talk, 'Keep your eyes on your luggage. Know who you have and keep your eyes on them.' We just have to be very disciplined in that. It goes right back to fundamentals and technique."