"It was winter and that was back in the day when the offseason schedule was different," he said. "We could be together for most of the winter. We started working on a different way of dropping the ball, a different way of approaching punting, and he went to work. Those 10,000-rep issues we talk about, well, he had all of those probably in one month and altered it with the way he dropped the ball, and then he changed the way he punted. He's been at work at that ever since. Every day, he's still doing the same thing."