THE QUESTIONS WITH Jeff Faine

Saints Center
January 22, 2007

What was your welcome-to-the-NFL moment?
I was at my parents' house washing Midnight—my lab—when I got a call from the Browns saying they were drafting me [No. 21 in 2003]. Next thing I know the owner's jet is in Orlando to pick me up. It was my first time on a private jet. It was stocked with food, and coaches were there to greet me.

What was your most embarrassing moment?
Terrible to remember: our first play of the Baltimore game last year. I basically line-drived the snap onto the ground. It was a turnover, and I felt like it ruined the game from the outset.

Your favorite off-day activity?
I was a film major in college. I like to pick up a couple movies, indie films—people who haven't been discovered.

Your prized possession?
My art collection. I have paintings, including two Warhols; I have a lot of Indonesian masks. I'd like to own a gallery.

LAST WEEK
The 6'3", 291-pound Faine, 25, helped the Saints gain 208 rushing yards in their win over Philadelphia.

THIS WEEK
Faine (a Notre Dame alum) and the Saints go to Chicago for the NFC championship game on Sunday.

PHOTOKEVIN C. COX/WIREIMAGE.COM (FAINE PLAYING) PHOTOAL MESSERSCHMIDT/WIREIMAGE.COM (FAINE HEADSHOT)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)