Every kick has its own individual life. Not every kick that has gone right has been the same kick, not every kick has had the same conditions, not every kick was the same distance. So there's a variety of different issues that go into that. If what you say is true, I wouldn't compare these kicks yesterday to the ones in St. Louis, for example. They have nothing to do with one another. But the tendency is certainly there. Everybody can see that. Without going into a lot of technicalities, yesterday was all the bad things that can happen to a kicker in Cleveland. I've seen those happen many times standing on the other sideline. Last week, Billy did everything that he could do to prepare for that same kick. We were out there with the help of our special teams groundskeeper Will Ranney, working on Field Three in the back, and we prepared it like Cleveland's field as best we could. We scratched out the grass out of certain areas that we wanted to kick from. And then on Friday, we had the perfect wind. We had a brisk left-to-right wind down on the far end, and Will took water out there and dumped water over all these spots. We were prepared to kick in some mud and with a left-to-right wind. We had a great practice. We had some of those kicks on the right hash, and we pictured ourselves in the Dog Pound. We saw the weather report, we knew which way the wind was going to go, we talked about how the wind was going to be blowing. We created this scenario and it happened in the game three times with the first two being less successful than the last one. To Billy's credit, he was the one who pushed this, and he got it going because he knew what he had to face. Now to prepare all that and do that and have one day of practice with it, you can say, "OK, we're ready for it," and we thought we were. But when you go out there and actually have to face it and go do it, a lot of times, your body goes on automatic, and says, "This is the way I usually kick." But it takes a different kick on that kind of field in that kind of wind, and we didn't execute. It's as simple as that. It sounds like it's over-thought, but it was simply not executing the way that we wanted to kick the ball. The third one, as short as it was, was exactly the way we planned it, and there's nobody more disappointed than Billy. He made a point to me and John [Harbaugh] and to all of us that he knows we're going to need those kicks down the road in bad weather conditions and on bad fields and in strong winds and we have to work the technique that it takes to do that. It's different.