It’s part of the game that you’re going to be criticized, and you’re going to be critiqued and analyzed from every different angle. So you better have thick skin as a quarterback, and I’d say that’s a big part of it. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. I think sometimes the media doesn’t like when they’re challenged. There’s nothing wrong with that. You see guys that are speaking up for themselves, but as soon as it becomes a distraction to you, that’s when it’s getting to you. If you go into a game and you go, “Boy, I better not throw this pass because if I throw this interception, the media is going to criticize me. They’re going to call on the radio shows and talk about me,” that’s when it is affecting what you do. You need to go out there and play the way you know how to play, and deal with it the way you want to deal with it.