When doing interviews players are always reading from the Belichick book of allowable answers and prepare by drinking gallons of Pat's Kool-Aid. Wouldn't it be cool if they just said what was on their mind? Interviewer: "So how did it feel getting that historic TD against the Titans last season?" Testeverde: "Well it'll mean more when I retire. Then, I just really wanted to rack up the score against those cheap shot slobs that call themselves a football team. That felt good!" Interviewer: "Do you harbor any ill feelings towards Bobby Wade after his controversial block?" Harrison: "Screw him! He's just a punk! Nobody is going to run me out of this game. You can break my bones, tear my ligaments and fine me a million dollars, but I'll be back and I won't leave until it's on my own terms!" Interviewer: "So what do you have to say about being a father?" Brady: "Birth control...yeah, suuuuurrre...." Interviewer: "How does it feel being an OC under one of the greatest coaches of all time?" McDaniels: "Oh it just great...run this play, now this play, do 5 wide outs, sweep Maroney, screen with Faulk, blah, blah, blah. I got a life you know you old fart!" Interviewer: "Do you think you'll accept the Patriot's offer? Will it be enough to feed your family?" Samuel: "Patriots?? I could care less. I want money and a whole bunch of it. I want a house in four different states. I want five cars in each garage and I want a boat in every ocean. I want MONEYMONEYMONEY! My stupid family don't care what I make. They all eat at McDonald's anyways." Did anyone else pick up on any honest interviews?