NFL head coaches get asked about everything around every turn. Almost every important play call whether it works or not, every roster move whether they had final say or not, every lineup change, every injury, every disgruntled player are all questioned by fans, reporters and an occasional player or owner.
It seems they get questioned by everyone, but they haven't been questioned by me.
So in my own dream world I'm a very important person, and every NFL head coach would come to my special end of the season gathering and as we partied till the break of dawn, I'd ask each of them one question.
Obviously, I would mix Sodium Pentothal in the punch bowl to make sure they told the truth; there's no telling what would come out of Bill Belichick's mouth.
There are seven new NFL head coaches this offseason including former Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher taking over in St. Louis and former Rutgers coach Greg Schiano leaving the college ranks for the head gig with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
After each question, I'll explain why I felt the need to ask it.
With the 2011 season in the books, there is plenty of things past, present and future to talk about with the head honchos of the NFL. So let's start serving punch and begin the party.