The NFL released its 2023 schedule on Thursday, which has special significance for football fans on social media: It’s the day the internal content units of the league’s teams announce new, inventive, and downright hilarious ways they’ll be promoting their teams. Will face the upcoming dates. Opponents.
Unsurprisingly, there were several instantly viral videos, including another anime-themed Goldmine with funny references to the Los Angeles Chargers, a Philadelphia Eagles video featuring several impressive dogs, videos from the Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys. Popular TV Reminiscent of the show, an incredible feat Google Maps estimating the New York Jets and the New England Patriots retirement home featuring Devin McCourty with a special guest.
[FOX Sports experts predict every game in each NFL team’s 2023 schedule]
Here are the videos that took the internet by storm!
The Chargers’ second anime shocked everyone – including myself
Going with the anime format for the second year in a row, the Chargers once again mocked all of their opponents, citing several viral NFL moments and news from previous seasons and the off-season.
The Chargers didn’t spare themselves either, opening the video with a verbatim receipt showing their blown 27-0 lead against the Jaguars in last year’s playoffs.
Oh, and the clip showed a QR code of Raiders head coach Josh McDaniel cashing in a slot machine coupon for new quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Those who scanned the code were taken to a page on the team’s website with two buttons for Chargers and Raiders fans. Clicking the last button takes fans to Google search results for “how to get a job.”
The Tennessee Titans asked passersby in downtown Nashville to identify their 2023 opponents’ logo.
Things were not going well for them.
Google Maps reveals wizard jet schedules
Viral sensation @rainbolt, who can identify an area in Google Maps by looking at an image for only 0.1 seconds, helped the Jets reveal their 2023 schedule with a twist. The jets only showed him half of a black-and-white photograph of a street in a particular opponent’s respective city.
bears, say cowboys primetime tv
“The Bear” is a show set in a fast food sandwich shop in Chicago. “Yellowstone” is a show about cowboys.
But while riffing on those popular streaming shows might be an easy option for the NFL’s Bears and Cowboys, both social media teams have done a great job with their crossover, which will surely excite fans of both teams and shows. .
Peyton and the Party Planning Committee
The Denver Broncos went with another Office-style release video, but this time “Boss” Peyton Manning asked actress Angela Kinsey — yes, that Angela — to do what her famous sitcom character loved to do: plan a party lead the committee.
patriots retirement home
Devin McCourty is welcomed into the Patriots’ “retirement home” by several New England veterans – including another recently retired man who made a cameo at the end of the video (his name rhymes with Shom Shrady’s ).
eagles bring some good ones
The defending NFC champions might not be much of an underdog next season, but they still had to show some love for their dogs, with Jason Kelce’s dog Baloo announcing a Super Bowl rematch against Travis Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs.
Lions, commanders, buccaneers get help from AI
The artificial intelligence craze has officially reached the NFL. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers based their videos on AI-generated scripts, the Washington Commanders used AI-generated art for some of their game announcements, and the Detroit Lions had AI simulate the voices of head coach Dan Campbell and general manager Brad Holmes. Also did when he was seen playing a game of Madden.
Vikings Drone Show!
Last but certainly not least, the Minnesota Vikings jumped on the single-take drone video trend for an immersive experience for their planned release.
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