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New England Patriots Cialis Commercial Parody (For Deflated-Balls) [Benstonium.com], Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jagoffs
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Parody of the Cialis commercials featuring the New England Patriots and their deflated balls. You’re headed to the Super Bowl, but your game still feels a little bit flat. Cialis Inflate-a-Ball helps the Patriots avoid hefty fines and loss of draft picks by giving their balls that extra pump for the big game.

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  1. Nevon Lowndes says:

    +Benstonium.com how did they use deflated balls when the refs check them
    before the game and mark off the ones that are playable and the refs place
    the ball on the field after the previous play is ruled dead (what you think
    Brady placed the ball on the field himself). Also, I guess those deflated
    balls sure did help Brady throw that INT, yea because that’s exactly the
    outcome the pats wanted. speaking of that INT D’Qwell Jackson (the man who
    intercepted Brady’s pass) said the ball did not feel deflated. And finally
    how does deflating footballs help out the running game (Legarrette Blount
    had 138 yds rushing and 3 TDS so the game plan was obviously to run the
    ball.) you DUMBASS!!!!!! Have some common sense you butthurt hater

  2. Ton1984Loc says:

    seahawks are gonna destroy them cheaters!! 12th man baby! 

  3. Paul Wolfe says:

    #cheatriots 

  4. Harold Grabert says:

    Pat’s fan here from Brockton, Ma. That was hysterical. Lighten up pats
    fans. They might lose a draft pick or get fined and they deserve it if they
    are found to have altered the balls. We are never going to shake the
    cheater label so just embrace it. If Belichik did in fact authorize this,
    then Mr. Kraft needs to give him a dope slap and put him in time out like a
    5 year old. Pats 23 Seahawks 20. Pats go up late and make a crucial stop.

  5. John Solder says:

    It’s basic science. Warn air expands, cold air constricts. If the balls
    were inflated in a warm locker room and verified by the refs they will be
    ok. When taken out onto the field in cold weather, they can seem to lose
    pressure. Same thing happens to car tires and often sets off tire pressure
    warnings in the winter. Kickers want fully inflated balls because they go
    farther. This seems like a lot of nonsense to me.

  6. David Nicola says:

    *Too funny!*
    #NFL #deflategate 

  7. Don P says:

    Thank God for the Internet!

  8. Nancy Flaherty says:

    Loss of Hoodie Sleeves! hahahahhahahahhahhhhh!

  9. Heather Swann says:

    Hilarious!!

  10. 1zombie4v says:

    Gronk and Brady are queers

  11. Rick Boatman says:

    *Too funny!*
    #NFL #deflategate 

  12. Rick Bakas says:

    A little Inflate-Gate humor:

  13. Laura Novakovics says:

    In case someone hasn’t seen this yet.

  14. Bill Ries-Knight says:

    Because.

    No more Soft Balls for the Quarterback

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