We have a big one again this weekend against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sunday Night Football, big game on national television and our first night game. I watched the Monday Night game seeing how physical that game was and I got so amped up watching it. I kept thinking this is what the NFL is all about. We're playing well and are starting to come together as a team and now we get to play on Sunday Night with Al Michaels and John Madden and the whole nine yards. Not that many people get to see us play each week so it will be great exposure for our football team. If you're watching football at 8:30 eastern on Sunday night you'll be watching us and learning what we're all about. I'm really excited and I'm looking forward to seeing some of other guys like Troy Polamalu, catching up with him. I'll get to see Dennis Dixon, I've known him since high school and Brad Davis from UCLA. That's another cool thing about the NFL is seeing people you've played with or you've known for a long time and competing against them at the highest level. I got a chance to see the Steelers play Monday Night. I've been watching Monday Night Football for most of my life and I still have fun watching it. There is the time to watch game film and study the Steelers, but Monday Night wasn't that time. I just relaxed with one of my teammates and watched it like a fan. It was fun to watch a great game. I love that style of defense, physical, fast, smart defenses, that's how we play defense. And to see all those great defensive players on the same field was great -- Ray Lewis, Bart Scott, Troy, Larry Foote, James Farrior, Ed Reed. It was amazing. It was a great defensive game and being a defensive player I loved that game. If you don't like hitting, don't like physical football then Monday Night's game was not the game to be a part of. The cool thing about having Tuesdays off is that we can stay up past our bedtime and watch Monday Night Football. Game starts at 8:30 back here and doesn't get done until close to midnight. Knowing we don't have that early morning means we can take in the whole game.