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  1. PapaL

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    Full set of commercials from NFL.Com, link.

    Direct link to AJ's actions speak louder than words; link
     
  2. tulexan

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    These have to all be fake
     
  3. The Pencil Neck

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    Yes.

    That's kinda the point.
     
  4. JohnsonFan

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    wait so what are these from or for?
     
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    They're advertisements to play fantasy football on NFL.com.

    That's the point.

    It's "fantasy".
     
  6. JohnsonFan

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    oh ok but they arent real
     
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    how can they be fake? so the nfl must have intended to make these into commercials but they did not work out
     
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    They are commercials. They're playing them on the NFLN and I think I've seen them on ESPN.

    And what do you mean, "how can they be fake"? All the ones I've seen so far (Andre Johnson, David Akers, Marc Bulger, Neil Rackers, and Marques Colston) would be very easy for a film crew to fake.
     


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