Q: What excites you most about the upcoming 2013 season? Nagy: "I really feel that as long as you, as a QB, trust your progressions and understand what everyone’s roles are, it really puts you in a good position. We really stress completions and progressions, understanding your footwork, understanding the timing of routes, wide receivers knowing their roles, the releases that they need, backs knowing their protection checks, tight ends knowing their progression checks, there is a lot going on. At the QB position, we have the ball 99% of the time, so, we need to make sure our decision making is key in where we put the football, when told to make a throw or told to make a specific read. So, there is a lot involved in it, but as long as each of those positions, I just mentioned, put it all together, you normally have pretty good success."