Show Me Strippers! Vernon Davis Wins 'Celebrity Family Feud'

The San Francisco 49ers' tight end mystifies Steve Harvey, praises feet and exotic dancers during his appearance on the 'Feud'

Celebrity Family Feud is getting a heavy dose of the NFL this season, and the unlikely pairing is off to a glorious start.

While we all wait patiently for Rob Gronkowski's rambunctious family to storm the castle, Sunday's episode featured a heated battle between the league's two conferences, with bragging rights and $25,000 for charity on the line. Team AFC took home the prize money in the end, but it was the NFC's Vernon Davis who captured the nation's heart thanks to his out-of-the-box responses that had host Steve Harvey scratching his head and foot fetishists everywhere nodding in approval (probably all slow and creepy like).

Harvey kicked off the show with a subject that was begging for a dirty response: "If you're good at reading body language, what part of a woman speaks the loudest?" It turns out that he was looking for the likes of "Do-Me Eyes" and "Tempting Ta-Tas" – not "her feet," as Davis suggested. And thanks to his PG response, Harvey couldn't help but wonder if that was Roger Goodell speaking for him.

"Fellas, let me ask you something," Harvey began. "Did the commissioner talk to you all and say, 'Let's just give really good, good guy, cute answers?' Yeah, your feet say a lot. If it speaks the loudest, then your girl got some big-ass feet."

Harvey then proceeded to stomp around the stage for ten seconds while the NFC side feigned amusement. This was for charity, after all.

It didn't get much better for Davis as the show went on. When he was later asked to name something that follows the word "strip," he settled for "per" – which, is not only amazing, but technically correct. Just don't tell Richard Sherman.

Hey, at least that football thing is working out pretty well for Davis. And we hope Harvey saves that question for whenever the Gronkowskis lumber onto the stage...they'd probably have some decent answers.