Deion Sanders, Eli Manning and Peyton Manning star in the Sunday Ticket commercials as tiny fairy versions of themselves. If you don’t have DirecTV, these ads are just a cruel reminder that NFL Sunday Ticket exists and you can’t have it. Still, they should also serve as a reminder that Eli and Peyton are two very gifted comedic actors. From all the way back to the brothers messing with each other during a family tour of the ESPN headquarters to their various hosting gigs on Saturday Night Live, the Manning brothers have again and again proved to be, well, funny guys. That shows here as they make jokes at the expense of Deion Sanders and the “big people” on set. Also, Eli Manning talks to dolls about building a strong relationship.
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