As New England receiver Randy Moss answered questions, the folks from Entertainment Tonight told him he had won an award. A woman presented him with an ET Super Bowl 2008 Jennifer Garner trophy. I don't know why it said, Jennifer Garner. I think it was a joke. But I don't watch ET, so I don't know.
Not only did Moss accept it, he left the stage, walked down the stairs and kissed the woman who handed it to him.
"Thanks, Jennifer," he said.
When a teammate who was watching kidded Moss, Moss said, "Hey. West Virginia. I got to represent the state that I'm from."
Makes sense. Remember the West Virginia is for Lovers campaign? Of course you do.
Moss also talked about all the miles on his legs and praised New England's younger receivers. Then he said he was the fastest of them.
This prompted fellow speedster and wide receiver Donte Stallworth, who is three years younger than Moss, to approach the stage.
"You're the fastest, huh?" asked Stallworth, arms crossed, feigning anger.
"What you say 18?," asked Moss, referring to Stallworth's number.
Added Moss: "The fastest wide receiver on the New England team, I would have to say" -- and here comes the dramatic pause -- "Randy Moss. The quickest receiver on the team, I would have to say" -- dramatic pause -- "Randy Moss. The strongest receiver on the team, I would have to say" -- final dramatic pause -- "Bam Childress. And Randy Moss."
So is Moss really the fastest?
"In his world he is," said receiver Jabar Gaffney, who also is three years younger than Moss.
How about in your world?
"I am," Gaffney said.