La Canfora: Saints to draft D, Pixies should play SB

NFL Network analyst Jason La Canfora covered a range of topics in his chat today on everything from the expected draft and labor questions to musical musings when he was asked this two-parter from Jason Bourne (who is presumably not a contract assassin with amnesia) from New Orleans:

What are your thoughts on the Saints first two picks, and do you think the NFL should get the Pixies to play Super Bowl XLVI?

For the picks, La Canfora said they’ve been evaluating defensive linemen like Phil Taylor and Muhammad Wilkerson since he believes Anthony Hargrove will likely leave when there’s free agency.

As for the second part, La Canfora seemed slightly supportive saying it would be the “single coolest, non-corporate, bad-ass, punk rock thing in the history of pro sports.”

When a different chat reader surmised that it probably would never happen in Indy with Jim Irsay’s musical taste, La Canfora leapt to the Colts’ owner’s defense.

“Irsay is into all kinds of stuff,” says La Canfora. “One of the more eclectic owners you will find. Cool dude with a real passion for music.”

He also highly encouraged everyone to follow Irsay on Twitter for his entertaining music related tweets and spontaneous giveaways.

Case in point, in one of today’s tweets Irsay offered $100 and a signed football to the first person to correctly answer the trivia question: How did the Wolf in “Pulp Fiction” like his coffee?

Answer: Lots of cream. Lots of sugar.

For the entire chat, click here.

Guidelines: Fan feedback should be within the guidelines for the NFL community. These guidelines will be used to identify those comments that will be removed from display on the site. Please keep your comments relevant to the topic, not abusive or combatant towards other fans, and don’t share any personal details. Use the “Report” link to help keep the community at its best.

Comments may be no longer than 2000 characters and will post to the site shortly after submitting.

Powered by VIP | Subscribe (RSS)