Fox, who has participated in two Super Bowls as the Carolina Panthers head coach and as the New York Giants defensive coordinator, won't buck Super Bowl tradition or his team's normal routine.
"It's what we do all the time," he said, "whether it's on the road or at home."
But first there will be the matter of visiting MetLife Stadium for the walk-through session on Saturday. The visit will be more about checking out the environment than fine-tuning strategy.
"Depending on the security and all, we're not going to see a whole lot," he said. "I've got a feeling, if it's like past Super Bowls, they'll be doing all kind of work around there. They're probably not going to show a whole lot."
Fox has been pleased by the level of practices during the playoff run, noticing fewer mental errors. He suspects that comes with the more repetitions that players get as the season progresses.
The sessions this week have only bolstered that belief.
"Guys appear ready," Fox said. "We've worked hard. Now we've got to go perform."
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