Beating an opponent by 20 or more points could have your team in a comfortable mindset, but for Nick Saban, he still sees room for improvement regardless of the win-margin after four quarters.

Despite how many points the Alabama Crimson Tide win by, Coach Saban doesn't listen to the 'rat poison' of how good his team is because they outscored their opponents by this amount of points, but Saban's philosophy is to keep the foot on the pedal and limit your mistakes, even in a blowout victory.

Scouting expert Chris Landry, who has worked with Saban in the NFL, joined The Game with Ryan Fowler for his weekly LandryFootball.com report to discuss the coaching philosophy of Nick Saban and the evolution of his offense throughout the years.

Landry also broke down the SEC, the benefit of Alabama's run attack, and how Jalen Hurts will fare against the pressure of having to throw the football and is his passing enough to get the Crimson Tide over the hump on their road to 17.

For all of Chris Landry’s reports watch the video above and don’t miss the Landry Football Weekly Report every Wednesday at 4 p.m. CT on The Game with Ryan Fowler.