Deion Sanders Super Bowl Comercial: Leon Sandcastle & The KC Chiefs

Deion Sanders starred in a new Super Bowl commercial tonight that featured him being drafted #1 overall by our very own Kansas City Chiefs.

The comercial featured the Hall of Famer deciding to get back into football. Sanders shows up at the NFL combine, complete with an afro wig and a mustache. When asked for his name at registration, Deion calls himself “Leon.”

When asked for his last name, Sanders replies “Sandcastle.”

After performing well at the combine and running a 4.2 40-yard dash, Sandcastle begins to get some buzz. By the time the actual draft rolls around, he is considered the best player in the draft.

And of course, he is selected by the Kansas City Chiefs.

The commercial was pretty funny and actually featured NFL Commissioner Roger walking to the podium and announcing the pick. Sandcastle them comes out and holds up his brand new Kansas City Chiefs jersey.

I wouldn’t mind having Sanders in his prime but something tells me he can no longer run a 4.2 40.

This was especially funny for those of us here at Arrowhead Addict because last season we began calling QB Matt Cassel, “SandCassel” because whenever the pressure was on he crumbled.

Little did we know, Sandcastle was real.

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  • Danny W

    I liked it when the guy with tattoos and piercing’s was like, “The dudes a freak”.

  • Merlin_Arrowhead_Addict

    I have been trying to keep this pick under wraps! Damn you Goodell!!!!!!!

  • KCMikeG

    But is he a QB??

  • ArrowFan

    No we have had a SandCassel for years now not another one. However I would trade a fourth round pick for Leon.

  • Michael Shaw

    The funniest part of the commercial is when the announcer for the combine says, “He is an uglier version of Deon Sanders!” HA HA HA HA HA!!!!

  • Michael Tavis

    Anyone else notice that if Pioli was in charge this commercial would of never happened and the Winston commercial would of never happened. Guys can start showing their personalities again. The future is bright. Go Chiefs!