My favorite food: meat, mashed potatoes and gravy.
Favorite movies: "Amistad" and "Dirty Rotten Scoundrals".
The one material possession I would race into a burning house to
save: probably my Palm Pilot, so I could stay organized.
Famous person, living or dead, I'd like to have over for dinner:
Best thing about coach Spurrier: He has no fear, and he has fun.
Best friend on the team: Chris Doering. I've probably known him
the longest because we were roomates together in college.
How I would do on "Survivor": I guess it depend on how good you
could do by just being honest, because I probably wouldn't be too
Instrument I would play on a video: piano.
President of the United States or commissioner of the NFL: No
offense to our commissioner, but I think I'd screw less things up as
commissioner of the NFL. I'd love to be president, but I'm certainly
not wise enough to do that.
Cats or dogs: dogs.
How much money I'd win on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire": I've
got some smart friends so my lifelines might help. I'd probably get
Last good book I read: "Safely Home" by Randy Alcorn. It's fiction
about an underground church in China.
Alaska or Hawaii: Hawaii. It's where my wife would be.
Something about me few people know: I grew up riding dirt bike
Favorite D.C. tourist attraction: Lincoln Memorial.
Most embarrassing moment in football: In high school, after
handing the ball off, I tripped and fell and started to do a
somersault and was spinning on my head for a second. When they were
rewinding it on the film, something happened and the tape went forward
and backward, so it looked like I was just doing a headspin for about
"Harry Potter" or "Lord of the Rings": "Lord of the Rings". Great
My happiest day: my wedding day or night.
Worst habit: one of them is biting my fingernails.
As a kid I always rooted for: the Miami Dolphins.
I rooted against: the San Francisco 49ers.
Title of a book about my career: "The Sine and Cosine Quarterback:
Up and Down and Up and Down."