Q: Your coach has come under fire recently for suggesting that Jay@Section204 should be violently assaulted. Do you have any comments?
A: I'm going to be totally honest with you here. I really don't have any use for Steeler fans. And while I think that Btown is probably the single largest p***y on the planet, I think he should do anything possible to shatter at least one kneecap of Jay's if he has the opportunity.
Hmmmmm, I'd have to agree.
Q: It seemed like at least three times Rams players – defensive players – got convenient cramps. Can anything be done about that?
A: I’m not sure (Rams defensive end) Leonard Little’s cramps were anything but cramps. Corey Ivy had to be taken from the field and IVed. Those two were legitimate. The answer to your question is I think nothing can be done about it, because it only happens with us. It’s not something that the league necessarily cares about. That wasn’t the case in the olden days. If you remember, when Cincinnati ran the Sugar Huddle, the Commissioner actually stepped in in the championship game and made a rule that the defense has the right to match up if the offense substitutes and snaps the ball quickly. We do not substitute, so we can sometimes catch people changing and we did Monday night. But ever since (New England Patriots linebacker) Willie McGinest underwent surgery at the end of the game out on the field (in 2003) everyone else has done it and no one in the league office really cares about it.
And this pisses me off more than anything. I hate this so much. And all my friends look at me like I'm some idiot lunatic. Grr