Clay Matthews on the art of trash talk

Clay Matthews on the art of trash talk


[MUSIC PLAYING] CLAY MATTHEWS: You know what, I believe that art is just, losing itself now. Because everybody, you know, it’s all just short little, “You did this, you were this, you were that.” But, Phillip Rivers is a good one. I hit him one time in 2011, maybe, and took him down. And his face mask was all messed up, chinstrap up here. “That’s all you’ve got?” You know, and he kind of like to provoke you. Which kind of gets you a little upset and coming after him a little harder. But I feel like the art of trash talking it’s losing itself. You’ve got to study guys, you got to know a little bit of their background and their history to really get after them. Nowadays you got these young guys coming in here, “MF this,” and you know, that. That’s not even original anymore. So I think, they’re few and far between. [MUSIC PLAYING] CLAY MATTHEWS: This year, as you see, we’re in a suite. We’re replicating what it’s going to look like in NRG Stadium, down there in Houston. So we’re giving the opportunity for two fans to enter the contest, in which you go on Twitter or Instagram and show how big of a fan you are and hopefully get selected. You get to spend the night in NRG Stadium and wake up in the morning of the game and get to attend the Super Bowl. So just an awesome opportunity. Like I said, new and innovative ways. And hopefully it’s watching the Packers play. So hopefully, you know, I’m not here and winning this sweepstakes and on the field.

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