Kevin: Jon Kinsman, You are now on the The Sea Dog Old Gollywobbler Brown Ale Hot Seat
Jon: Glad to be here
Kevin: According to Webster’s, a Snapdragon is any plant belonging to the genus Antirrhinum, of the figwort family whose flower resembles the mouth of a dragon. Did you seriously name your YFFL team after a flower?
Jon: I don't know what the hell I was thinking. It sounded tough back in 1993. I'd like to think it at least makes my family proud.
Kevin: Another team name question…Please rank these names from most offensive to least offensive: Oriental Chimpanzees, Midnight Express, Gorilla Gooks, Asian Orangutans.
Jon: 1. Midnight Express (so lame it's offensive)
2. Gorilla Gooks
3. Oriental Chimpanzees (only rugs and food are Oriental)
4. Asian Orangutans (the missing g offends me though)
Kevin: This past week you traded kicker Olindo Mare for kicker Sebastian Janikowski. Was this the first trade in YFFL history involving two kickers?
Jon: Wow, it could have been. I think I traded Mike Vanderjagt for a 1st round pick one time though, so I'm notoriously crazy when it comes to kicker related trades.
Kevin: What do you put more thought into...preparing something special for your wedding anniversary, or preparing for the YFFL Draft?
Jon: The Draft. You can't volunteer to do the dishes and get Michael Westbrook off your back.
Kevin: Good to know. That was more of a question for me than for my readers
Kevin: What would surprise you less: A winning season from the ‘Tangs in 2006 or another Chris Henry arrest?
Jon: Considering he was found vomiting out of the window of a stopped car this week, I'm going with Chris Henry on this one. At least I think so...frankly I'm having a tough time figuring out what "surprise you less" means. Who talks like that?
Kevin: Apparently hooked on phonics did not work for me
Kevin: I’d like you to take a look at Lawrence Tynes’ photo for a moment... What do you think he is thinking about?
Jon: Which is worse, being a kicker named Lawrence or his hair cut.
Kevin: In 2003, the Dragons selected WR Jason McAddley with the 26th pick in the draft; two spots ahead of Anquan Boldin. My two part question is: Who the hell is Jason McAddley and what NFL team did he play for?
Jon: Ironically, he was also on the Cardinals at the time. I think he was slated to be the 2nd receiver. That pick is right up there with Greg Clark, Westbrook and Troy Davis. I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.
Kevin: I have a question sent in by a fan: Why did you trade Peyton Manning? Don’t you like 6-5, 230 quarterbacks with laser rocket arms?
Jon: I'll let the internet answer this one for me. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ewing_Theory
Kevin: If you had to choose someone to host a YFFL Highlights show on PBS, who would it be?
Jon: Ray Liotta. He's this generation's next great narrator. People will one day speak of him as we do of James Earl Jones, Morgan Freeman and Daniel Stern.
Kevin: Finally, I have a continuation of a question from last week: What is the most difficult challenge for Bob Sansone (Sr.)? Winning with the Mallards, rebuilding the Orangutans, or raising Alexa Sansone?
Jon: Rebuilding the Orangutangs will be tough. At this point, I'd be excited if one of my running backs got me 2 points. It's also difficult to accomplish anything with a trade when you don't have any players with any sort of market value. With that said, everyone still has a spleen. Mallards.
Kevin: Jon Kinsman, you are off The Sea Dog Old Gollywobbler Brown Ale Hot Seat