"It all came down to disguising things," said safety William Moore, who played what easily was the best game of his career. Moore set up Atlanta's first touchdown with an interception and came up with a critical sack in the fourth quarter to help ice the game. Let's begin with Moore's interception because that set the tone for the game. It started with a disguise. On Denver's third play of the game, Moore started off lining up at middle linebacker. As the ball was snapped, he quickly became a safety, dropping fast into coverage. Moore picked off Mannings pass at the Denver 34-yard line and returned it to the 1-yard line to set up Michael Turner's touchdown three plays later. "It all comes down to looks," Moore said. "You can't show your hand to Peyton Manning, or he'll eat you alive." The Falcons threw all sorts of looks at Manning, and he threw all sorts of uncharacteristic passes. They went almost all game with only two linebackers, sometimes only one, on the field. They lined up defensive backs at linebacker, sometimes dropping them into coverage and sometimes having them blitz. Safety Thomas DeCoud picked off Manning on Denver's second drive, and cornerback Robert McClain, who played only briefly while a couple of corners were banged up, came up with the first interception of his career on Denver's third drive. "We were able to disguise our coverages pretty well," Atlanta coach Mike Smith said. LINK TO FULL STORY HERE. Hopefully Wade Phillips doesn't get cute. Don't reinvent the wheel. Peyton and his team won't have time to create new solutions to the problem the Falcons threw at him in the MNF game. Go nickel, don't tip your hand before the snap, fly to the ball and put Manning on his back.