Yeah, it's maybe fun but Super Bowl media day is, essentially, or has become, a caricature of itself, athletes acting as they think they ought to act on the day, or acting in a manner they think will bring them a soundbite on YouTube forever and perhaps some sort of merchandising contract, etc.
But in the end it's all, as we all know, utter silliness.
I was a sportswriter once and admire and respect those still in those trenches - and I did attend/participate in one Super Bowl media day, Steelers vs. Seahawks in Detroit - but as time goes on, and in the end, it does always come down to the game, doesn't it?
I just want to be entertained with a good game on Sunday and, having played football, will watch it intently as usual with great respect for what the athletes are doing in terms of winning individual battles and finding ways to win.
But other than that, everything else is just noise. As I write this we're two hours from Wednesday. Five days, or four, depending how one counts, until kickoff. Let's get to it.