Well, I grew up in New York, so I loved the Jets vs. the Dolphins. That was always a fun game to watch. In college, I went to Syracuse, so when Syracuse played West Virginia in football or Georgetown in basketball — still to this day, Syracuse-Georgetown basketball games get me fired up. I think wherever you’re from, wherever you grew up falling in love with sports, there is some great connection to a rivalry. The cool thing about this one is it was built on two teams that were pretty good at the same time, with similar-style football. And I think what’s really cemented it for this decade or so if that you’ve had the same two head coaches. It’s hard to find, in this era of football, two head coaches in the same division that have run for more than a decade. Guys don’t stay all that long in one place, because usually, you have to win the division to stay around, right? But these two guys have stayed for more than a decade in the most changeover era coaching in the NFL has ever seen. I think that has given this rivalry the personality. Even though the players come and go, the coaches, the staffs, the front offices, the people who are at the core of this, they let everybody who comes in the building know how important Ravens-Steelers matchups are. A lot of these guys have grown up watching these games, so it’s continued to manifest itself in meaningful, close and physical football.