If there's anything left in sports that surpasses the absurdity of the Pro Bowl... it's Super Bowl Media Day. The Tuesday before the big game has become a circus Barnum and Bailey would be proud to call their own. Every year, players and coaches from both conference champions are paraded in front of podiums and forced to answer the dumbest and most insignificant questions possible. Nothing quite says "Super Bowl Experience" like someone asking Michael Crabtree what kind of lunchbox he had as a kid.
The entire "spectacle" has devolved into who can be the strangest costume wearing weirdo and which celebrity of the moment can draw the most attention to themselves. Poor Ines Sainz must have been so lonely this year with all the cameras and microphones shoved in Katherine Webb's face. All Ines could muster was an awkward looking hug from Mike Pereira.no comments