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Mediocre NFL Players Score Unpaid Endorsement Deal to Say Bad Things about Pornography

by davidbreitman   January 31, 2011 at 1:13PM  |  Views: 141

Just because Matt Hasselbeck was eliminated from the NFL playoffs two weeks ago doesn’t mean his impact won’t be felt on Super Bowl Sunday. The (apparently) still-active quarterback has rounded up some of the least relevant names in professional football to film an ad for something called “The XXX Church.” If you find yourself asking "Wait, is this seriously real?" mid-way through the clip, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

As part of the Church’s efforts to make February 6th “Porn Sunday,” leaders recruited Hasselbeck, Jon Kitna, and some dude who alleges that he used to play for the Chargers to talk about the dangers of online sex stuff.

It’s a compelling argument made by several NFL quarterbacks who – with a straight face – discuss how Gmail is a gateway site that can ultimately lead to pornographic exploration.

 

Click here to watch.

 

Photo: XXX Church

 

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