Perhaps Tiki Barber Should Have Sat Out Media Day Too

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↵Pointed comments at Super Bowl Media Day are the craved-after table scraps that are to reporters like cat food to District 9 prawns. Today, there weren't any leveled at players actually taking part in the Super Bowl, but Jeremy Shockey did get in a good one on former teammate Tiki Barber, while Tiki was present. The comment was prompted by a question from Chris Cooley, on assignment with the Ochocinco News Network. ↵
↵⇥Cooley: Obviously, you're one of the most physical tight ends in the game - it's clear when you watch film. Tell me, as a guy who can't run anyone over - tell me what it's like to run someone over. ↵⇥Shockey: ... The first thing Tiki could tell you is to hold the ball in close and not fumble it, but, uh...[Laughs] ↵
↵That's a Level 5 zinger, for sure. Of course, Shockey was as useful to the '07 Giants in the Super Bowl as a retired Tiki Barber. Should the Saints fall short, Tiki will have jokes of his own to crack.↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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