Super Bowl Soundbites


Having personally experienced a few Super Bowl Media days I can tell you they are, without a doubt, an incredible circus of stupid human tricks. Inane questions, inane answers and just totally absurd adulation of guys who happen to play the game of football. It borders, honestly, on nauseating. No ones fault really. It’s just the nature of the beast. But it got me to thinking about all those things I’d love to hear said. Things that kind of really matter. Oh well, as John Lennon once said “you can say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one”…


4 Thoughts to “Super Bowl Soundbites”

  1. Sherri

    They probably do say things like that, but no one will print them, televise them, I mean, really, where is the story in that? I just want the game, i want a win, let this week get over.

  2. Mike

    How about: “To fix a horrible wrong, I will donate the portion of my salary necessary to keep the world’s greatest sports cartoonist on staff at Denver’s remaining newspaper.”

  3. AzureMatty

    I propose that the Stupor Bowl be played on the Monday night following the Sunday conference championship games.

    Yes, I am an efficiency expert.


    Clark Kent, Reporter

    P.S: The Pro Bowl can be flushed.

  4. Badger

    Richard Sherman did have a nice answer along these lines to a rather crazy question at media day. Seriously. Check it out:

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