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Midwest Sports Fans:
What’s better than having the NFL MVP as the quarterback on your favorite team?
(For all the smart asses out there who just made a sarcastic comment about the Packers sitting behind the Vikings and the Bears in the NFC North, go eat dirt.)
What’s better is watching one of your favorite players star in a commercial for one of your favorite consumer products.
No, I am not talking about wide receiver Greg Jennings doing push-ups with a jet ski on his back because he uses Old Spice. I am talking about a truck.
Yeah, I’m a truck girl.
And after the release of Ford’s latest commercials in Wisconsin, so are a number of Wisconsin women.
What kind of quarterback promotes UGGs? A quarterback who’s married to a supermodel of course. I am a girl, and even I don’t wear UGGs. Be a MAN TOM BRADY!
A man … like Aaron Rodgers.
Here are three reasons why Rodgers’ new commercial will get the best of any Wisconsin gal, really any Midwestern gal (as I have had many of my friends who are Bears fans confess how handsome Mr. Rodgers is and how they wish Jay Cutler could be more like Aaron and less like Jay Cutler).
1. Aaron Rodgers is a stud.
He can throw the ball into a beautiful Ford Truck and look amazing.
2. Aaron Rodgers has humor and a fantastic smile.
Ok, I am not going to lie about this. It took him two takes to hit the shot.
3. There’s something about a truck.
If you weren’t a truck person before, you will be now.
Now that I have that off my chest, enjoy your day!
Go PACK Go!
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