The ESPN commercial for the upcoming Peyton Manning vs. Eli Manning game will be broadcast on Monday nights from Denver and New Jersey, respectively. The commercials will feature the two quarterbacks in separate studios built in a friend’s Denver warehouse. Those commercials will also air during Super Bowl LVI from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Peyton and Eli Manning were the first two quarterbacks to host Monday night football games on ESPN.
His connections have allowed him to land celebrities for the commercial. He has made contacts with Russell Wilson, Charles Barkley, LeBron James, Tom Brady, Marshawn Lynch, and other athletes. Peyton has connections in Hollywood as well as on the golf course, including with President Obama. Peyton prefers FaceTime and Zoom for live interviews. Video appearances can be problematic, with poor lighting, spotty Wi-Fi, and other problems.
ESPN aired Sunday’s Peyton Manning statue ceremony. During the event, Manning had an interaction with Roger Goodell, who was booed by Colts fans. Then ESPN abruptly cut to a commercial in the middle of the story. Eli, on the contrary, threw up two birds and threw down the ball. It was a awkward moment for everyone involved.
Peyton Manning is well-known for his many commercial endorsements. A new commercial was just added by Peyton Manning for BBQGuys. The online retailer stocks a variety of outdoor accessories and grills. Eli Manning is partnering with investors who bought the company in 2020. This commercial will help Peyton and Eli get in the door if they do decide to join NFL. They can be expected to be on the show during Thursday night football as well.
Another commercial featuring Peyton and Eli will air on ESPN on Sunday during the Super Bowl between Tennessee and Bowling Green. The commercial will also be airing on the SEC Network on the day Tennessee plays Bowling Green. Regardless of which Super Bowl the two quarterbacks make, you can’t blame them for wishing their sons luck in the NFL. They are both an inspiration and an icon to countless football fans.
Peyton and Eli have consistently delivered great ratings for ESPN. Since 2014, the duo have delivered six of the top eight alternate telecasts on the network, accounting for 13% of Monday Night Football’s audience. Initially, they received just 800,000 viewers, but they’ve been growing steadily since the first episode. The Week 11 Buccaneers-Giants match attracted 1.6 million viewers.