(on preparing to play against Peyton Manning, when Manning was with the Colts)
Malcolm Jenkins: The biggest thing I remember is the just importance of the details. You know, things like how we aligned and what we were showing him. Knowing that he is reading us was the biggest thing so we studied our own body mannerisms. We had to do a lot of self-scouting to know what he would see and to know what we were showing as far as coverages and his looks. We had different plans for him at different points in the game. You know, we didn't want to keep it the same because we know if you do the same plan for the whole game, it may work early but eventually he will figure it out. You try to keep the ball out of his hands and do whatever we can to keep him off the field. And it worked for us.