INDIANAPOLIS — No non-player gets interviewed more at Super Bowl Media Day than the famous/infamous Ines Sainz, who has sort of mastered the art of making a Media Day scene by either leading the standard hijinx or leaving little to the imagination when it comes to her choice of clothing.

Usually it’s both.

But let’s ease up, people. After all, she’s from Mexico. That’s, like, a whole different country. And they do things a little differently down there.

Last year, when Sainz was in particularly high demand as a result of some controversy, I resisted the urge to follow the sheep and interview her. But this year, when my pals at TV Azteca (us international media stick together) offered me a chance to talk about a bunch of largely irrelevant stuff with Sainz, I said to myself, “Why not, self?”