Snoop Dogg Just Figured Out How To Make Super Bowl Media Day Cool
The two-week media bonanza leading up to the Super Bowl is objectively stupid. No one says anything of any substance and the only reason the rest of us pay any attention is because, occasionally, an interview will crash and burn in epic fashion. Honestly, can you remember one Super Bowl Media Day moment that didn't involve either some smoking hot Telemundo reporter or Marshawn Lynch basically telling the NFL to suck it? It's a lose/lose for players and a fruitless venture for journalists.
Super Bowl Media Day is a complete waste of time for the human race.
That being said, the geniuses over at "The Rich Eisen Show" sent Snoop Dogg up Highway One to interview a few guys who'll be playing on Sunday, and wow, they actually said stuff. In fact, they even looked excited to give answers -- which brings up an interesting question...
Why not limit Super Bowl Media Day press passes to a small cluster of legitimate NFL reporters and give the rest out to celebrities who have at least some understanding of football? It's free exposure and a chance to be the one on the other side of the microphone for once, and for the players, it actually makes things interesting for a change. Snoop was freakin' great...
Video: Priceless stuff between Aqib Talib and Snoop Dogg. Excited Talib calls Snoop "my man in the flesh" pic.twitter.com/AJYWwCniOD
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For his final trick, Snoop asked Peyton Manning if he could get him a lifetime discount on Papa John's pizza when he's in Colorado, to which Peyton replied, "Yes, absolutely." More of this, please.
We'll update this post when Snoop's other interviews become available -- especially his chat with sentient weed edible Von Miller. That had to have been one confusing, incredible conversation.
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