Whether you agree with his outspoken ways or not, there's no denying the greatness of New York Jets Hall of Famer Joe Namath after watching these commercials.
Broadway Joe was a transcending figure both on and off the field and was simply ahead of his time.
For better or worse, the flamboyant Namath surely made the most of his fame, working as a pitchman for everything from popcorn makers to pantyhose.
Much of the discussion around the Jets at this point in the season is focused on the negatives.
After their Week 8 debacle at home against the Dolphins and with perhaps their toughest road game of the season looming just a few days away, the feeling among fans is bordering on despair.
However, before focusing on what could be impending doom at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks, it would serve Jets fans to take a step back and enjoy some levity.
This article idea comes via my suggestion box from loyal B/R reader Will, a Jets and Bears fan. It provides the perfect opportunity for fans to take a step back from thinking about Mark Sanchez, Rex Ryan and Tim Tebow for a minute and appreciate Namath in all his greatest 1970s glory.