Denver Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton believes that he and his teammates have to make Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson uncomfortable to throw him off his game in the Super Bowl.
Knighton was a pivotal part of the Broncos' defense that held the New England Patriots to just 16 points in the AFC championship game to take them to MetLife Stadium, where they will face off against the Seahawks.
"You've just got to watch a lot of film. Quarterbacks have tendencies. His tendency is that he is a right-handed quarterback; he wants to get out to his right and throw," Knighton told reporters.
"He's more successful that way. So we've got to do a good job of keeping him in the pocket and force him out of his comfort zone.
"When he's moving left he'll tend to run it more and when he's moving right he wants to pass it more. We just have to do a good job of containing him. He'll get out and he'll make his plays during the game, but we'll just have to limit them."
The 27-year-old joined the Broncos in the off-season and had 31 tackles along with three sacks in the regular campaign.