Michael Strahan is supposedly this really sweet, soft-spoken guy in real life - with like, opinions he can back up and none of the typical football baggage. I hear he writes pretty intricate poetry.

Yet, any time he's on a TV show his character is a big, dumb, bully. I wonder how he feels about being typecast. Does that inspire his poetry?

I'll bet he would explain to me why he isn't bothered by it, and how he feels empowered by it, and I'd be like, "Thank you, Michael Strahan, for opening my eyes."