The thing that gives me peace of mind at night after a game, or after a season, is that I knew that I did everything that I could to get ready to play that game. I couldn’t have prepared harder. I couldn’t have studied any more tape. I couldn’t have spent any (more time on) last-minute details, talking to my receivers. I went into that game ready. “Boy, I’d love to have this throw back,” or “God, I wish we just could have gotten in the end zone on that play.” I don’t sleep well that night, but I can sleep, knowing that I did everything I could to get ready.