The first time, my first pro game, in the pre-season, I was thinking, “God, this is pro ball. I know they hit harder.” I got hit a lot in college, but I’m going, “Well, this is pro ball. These guys hit harder.” I was in my hotel room, practicing getting hit, falling on the bed, just kind of giving in, my pre-game preparation. So you get used to that, but you get so focused on your job at hand and what you want to try to accomplish — of completing this pass, you’re getting your team in the end zone — that you kind of forget about it. They remind you well when they hit you in the back. You know that they’re still there, but you can’t drop back thinking about them. If you’re doing that, then that’s going to affect your decision-making.