Super Bowl Media Day is generally filled with players offering up cliches or awkwardly deflecting questions, but Sports Illustrated’s Andrew Perloff decided to dig a bit deeper with a variation on the Proust Questionnaire.

By Extra Mustard
February 02, 2016

Super Bowl Media Day is generally filled with players offering up cliches or awkwardly deflecting questions, but Sports Illustrated’s Andrew Perloff decided to dig a bit deeper with a variation on the Proust Questionnaire.

Players had some fascinating answers for which of their teammates they would most like to switch places with, and how they would like to die. Most chose to go in their sleep, but Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe embraced his inner warrior and picked hand-to-hand combat, while Denver punter Britton Colquitt chose a hang gliding accident.

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Perloff also discovers players least favorite positions to play, as well as their favorite curse words, so sit back, grab a madeleine and get to know what these Super Bowl athletes are really like.

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