Here we are three weeks into the regular season and I must say it is much different than preseason. Obviously the games count and you have fewer guys on the team and you're going against the starters, guys who've been in the league for 6, 8, 10 years so there's a definite increase in intensity. The hours we put in are intense too. When you get done with camp and the two a days you figure it's downhill after that, but really it gets turned up. The focus changes from working on your own skills to focusing on a different opponent each week. I am at the facility every morning at 6 am ready for my 6:15 workout. Then it's breakfast, treatment and meetings beginning at 7:45. We get out of meetings about 10:45 and head to our 30 minute walk through. Then it's lunch, practice and film and meetings after practice. I generally get out of there about 5-5:30. When I get home I'll pop in the game film and watch 1-2 games of our opponent. I'll watch the special teams and the offense. That's usually 6:30 to 8:30, then I'll eat and start winding down, do a little channel surfing and land on whatever looks interesting. I'll end up on ESPN a lot to catch up on what I missed during the day. Then I go to bed just before 10 so that I can do it all over again.