“I know you’re not ready for a walk-in tub,” says legendary Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, Terry Bradshaw.
How far the mighty have slipped in the tub.
John Elway, the legendary Denver Bronco, isn’t doing much better in his choice of paid endorsements.
When he’s in his own house of cars, things are better but by degrees.
Fox Sports sums it up best. A world with no football is not the world we want for former players.
Return to Glory
Elway and Bradshaw are grown men once did amazing things on the gridiron. They’re Superbowl winners and they seem like interesting guys to be around.
Let’s revisit their peak performances (before returning to any advertising considerations).
Actors Also Succumb
You don’t need to be a former NFL great to star in bad ads. Any celeb can do it, and sadly, many do.
Samuel L. Jackson was once a bad ass. Then Capital One typecast him.
Now, everytime he or Jennifer Garner asks what’s in my wallet, I say out loud, “It’s none of your damn business.”