What have you been doing for 20 years? Have you been watching television like most of the United States? What about sporting events?
If you are like most people who visit this website, then you are a sports fan. You probably have watched plenty of sporting events on television.
The one thing you will remember from those games is the commercials. The Super Bowl does not have to be the only time we get to see those great sports commercials. They play them all year round.
This list has combined the funniest sports related commercials of the past 20 years. Believe me when I say, these are hilarious and you will have a good time checking them out.
Shall we start with a little Victoria's Secret promo?
This was a parody of one of the most famous Super Bowl commercials of all-time.
And it was quite well done.
I am sure the fans in Cleveland are not too worried about what he is listening to anymore.
Especially following that beat down he gave the Cavs a few nights ago.
Is it just me or does Tim Lincecum look like a child? He looks like he belongs in high school instead of pro baseball.
T-Mobile made the right choice by putting these two athletes together because they make a perfect odd couple.
Kenny Mayne and Dan Patrick were the best duo in sports since Jordan and Pippen.
If only the refs in real life were allowed to make plays like this guy. Now that would make for good television.
Of course the Sportscenter team would find a way to better themselves. Even if it was during a game of pick up.
If you haven't seen this commercial yet, you might want to invest in electricty.
This was used during last season but could very well have been used at least once this year.
I am going to leave this commentary blank because I have nothing to say except...what?
Torii Hunter and B.J. Upton doing a basic outfield shift in the living room during a Sunday Night Baseball broadcast.
Jon Miller and Joe Morgan will be missed next season.
How many times have you had a conversation like this with one of your buddies?
It does sound like we are big nerds discussing mathematical equations but all we are doing is talking about mathematical equations in sports. Wait a second...
Do you remember a time when we weren't force fed USC on ESPN? I sure don't.
How about an Auburn commercial or an LSU Les Miles joke?
This must have been aired a few years ago because those guys would not have to sneak into the band to meet the team this season.
They could just go to a game and walk down to the field.
Steve Erwin was a truly bizarre character. He was crazy and wild. He did many things with the wildlife that no one would ever dream of doing. He did it for the love of animals and nature.
He will forever be a part of the Sportscenter commercials with this classic.
Dan Patrick was one of the funniest people to work for ESPN. He almost had the perfect show until a double negative was used late in the show.
The hatred between the Patriots and any other team in the NFL is great. It's not like you guys won three Super Bowls in the past eight years or something.
Oh wait, they did. Whoops.
Joe Clifford is Joe Montana people. No need to ask me anymore. He is the real deal.
The Homer Simpson catch phrase was one of the best phrases used on air by the anchors of ESPN.
Did you expect Nick Saban to tone down his ego for one television appearance?
I did not think he had it in him.
This was the first commercial in the series and it will not be the last.
Of course, they have already had about four more that have aired, and I think they will have a few more on top of those.
Can you imagine a world that allows this kind of behavior?
That guy is way too calm after his wife erased his entire league's draft board.
How fitting is it that Oklahoma came from behind to beat the Cornhuskers for the Big 12 championship last night?
It will be the last time Nebraska will play for a Big 12 title. Next season they will be in the Big Ten where they should dominate over the next few years.
This commercial was probably less scripted than any of the others.
It showcases two Manning brothers acting, well, like brothers.
If you have ever played fantasy football and have had a terrible season, then this commercial is for you.
The team names make this funnier than the actual performances.
Come on Drew Brees.
We need you to win at least five more Super Bowls and then you may do all the commercials you want.
Is it just me or is Sue Bird a hottie?
And what is up with Diana Taurasi? They should have used someone a little hotter to play the other WNBA player for this commercial.
It is about time NFL on Fox started to make commercials that were worthy of being called good.
I am surprised Terry Bradshaw does not wear all four of his rings for this commercial.
I love how most of these commercials are not really selling anything. In fact, they are just reminding us about how great sports are and that we can watch them all the time.
This commercial was great when it first came out.
The fist-bump fake out...nice.
Scott Van Pelt is in a league of his own when it comes to Sportscenter commercials.
If you look hard enough, you can see a Jayhawk in the background working on the computer. But you have to look hard.
Finally Kirk Herbstriet makes a commercial honoring the school he actually attended and not some other one in California.
I am not sure if Lee Corso is helping or hurting the set, but either way it is funny to watch.
This commercial might be old, but do you honestly thing Kobe Bryant would play one-on-one against anyone and lose?
I don't think so.
This reminds me of all my friends during the fantasy football season.
It is one thing to talk trash. It is another to do it after Week 1.
Drew Brees is tricky. Does anyone else get the joke cause I do not?
However, it is a funny commercial.
I already knew that I couldn't hang in the NHL but this guy is learning it the hard way.
This one another one of the first Sportscenter commercials and it is a classic.
Watching anyone who stands seven-feet-seven-inches tall dance is funny in itself but add a couple of bad dancing anchors and we got ourselves something worthy of being ranked in my list.
The song they use is perfect for this commercial. It brings out the feelings that we all experince when dealing with our fantasy football teams during the season.
I wasn't listening to Peyton Manning. What did he say?
This commercial makes a joke about how much the Patriot fans love their football.
It also shows a secret love they have for their quarterback too.
I do not know who the kid in the commercial is but he was fantastic in this video.
His retirement speech was priceless.
I am sure we have all been in this situation.
The only difference is that John Madden was not standing there enticing us to toss a garden knome.
Kirk Herbstreit is so annoying on television, but when he makes these commercials, he is less painful to listen to.
Isn't it funny that Kobe Bryant and Keyshawn Johnson are so young in this video and now Key works for ESPN while Kobe continues to win NBA championships?
If you haven't been to a USC versus UCLA football game, then you have not experienced life my friend.
It can get worse than a San Diego Chargers versus Oakland Raiders matchup. What is it with those West Coast schools?
Where have all the Peyton Manning commercials been this season?
I have not seen too many of them except for some of the repeats from last season. Come on Peyton, get back into the flow.
I was not sure this was going to be funny until I saw the Buck dribble the ball and roll out. That was the funniest part.
This was one version of these commercials that have come out every year from the NFL network.
Feel free to search the internet and watch the others. They are great.
I do not know why I love this commercial so much but it is great. I think it is funny but to each his own.
Does anyone still care about the Jenn Sterger situation? I didn't think so.
This commercial was the best use of a R. Kelly song since Space Jam.
Side note: Troy Polamalu is awesome.
The next thing I would expect from the ESPN College Gameday crew would be a mascot of Kirk Herbstreit.
They would not even have to make a costume, his head is already too big.
This was a series of commercials that the NFL should bring back.
Belichick cuts his own sweatshirts? Now that is funny.
If I were a Texas fan, I probably would be laying low this offseason.
There are not too many Hook em' Horns out there during this season. Sorry Longhorns.
He has no excuse. He should not be getting married on draft day, is he crazy?
This was taken last season before Blake Griffin injured himself and went down for the season.
If they were to film it this year, I am sure he could just jump on top that thing and roll out.
If that guy passes out from that, he probably does not deserve to even be in the locker room.
"Honus Wagner worked for peanuts. Literally worked for peanuts." That is the greatest line from a Sportscenter commercial
This is one of those commercials that just has to be on the list.
It is a classic. When it comes to sports commercials, this one is a lock for any list ever made.
I found this one on accident but I am glad I did. It was not mainstream, but it should have been.
That was a great pregame handshake but it was only half-way done. Just imagine what the rest of it could have looked like.
I have never met Shaq in real life but I am pretty sure he his exactly like this. The man stands about nine-feet tall and weighs about four-hundred pounds. He is a human truck and can do whatever he wants.
Have you read any of my other articles?
If so, then you have seen Clay Bucholz's wife, Erica Ellyson. She is hot and this is the man who was lucky enough to land her.
I saw this one during the Super Bowl back in 2006. I loved it then and I think it is still one of the funniest sports commercials ever made.
This was used a few years back during the MLB season. It was one of only a few that FOX can call good commercials.
This is the second New Jersey Devil commercial that ESPN uses.
The other was the one of him adjusting the temperature in the building.
If you watch the UFC, then you are probably just as excited as I am to see Georges St-Pierre destroy Josh Koscheck.
That is the same reason that guy didn't grab the sticky note from his desk in the video.
When it is not football season, I know exactly how these guys feel. Every day in the offseason is just one more day that I can not watch football.
Some New Orleans fans took offence to this commercial.
I am a New Orleans fan and a diehard and I do not find this offensive to us. I find it hilarious.
Have you ever been involved in a live fantasy football draft?
If you have then you already know that no one gives you good advice on draft day. It is all 100-percent false, but it is funny to listen to.
This commercial came out at a time when the Brett Favre decision was becoming a joke. The timing of this commercial was perfect.
He might not be the greatest actor but when he says "Reggae Bush," that is hilarious.
Peyton Manning deserves his own football television show during the offseason.
This is one of a few Priceless Pep Talk commercials but this was the funniest.
When I first saw this one, I loved it because it reminds me of those thick-headed people that think they know more about football than you. Classic.
Do you think that Charles Barkely had anything to do with convincing Lebron James to head to South Beach?
I mean, he has plenty of time to waste and they all have T-Mobile.
This is an original idea and a great portrayal of how bad the rivalry between the Red Sox and Yankess can be.
Maria Sharapova should wear less clothes when she films these spots for Sportscenter, just saying.
Do you watch the Sport Science shows? They are so ridiculous that this commercial is not too far off.
This is just a glimpse into the comedy of Chris Farley. He was a very funny man and will forever be known as the funniest man to never fully reach his potential.
The computer lab that J.J. Redick used to bench-press servers? Really?
I am not a medical doctor but I am almost certain J.J. Redick doesn't lift weights.
When the main character of any commercial does not say a word and still gets a laugh, that is a great commercial.
I had no idea the Bulldog mascot for Georgia's name was Harry either.
You have to love a team doctor that is more concerned about himself then the player he his helping.
Oh wait, that is much like real life.
I am sorry for the bad quality of the video but it is an old one and it is very hard to find a good copy.
That being said, this was one of the first Sportscenter commercials that truly made me laugh.
This is my favorite Peyton Manning priceless commercial.
His ability to make great commercials is truly a gift.
This is just one of the best commercials ever made. Period.
I remember my fantasy football draft day this year. If I had to draft from my car, I would have experienced the same reaction from my league.
I guess that is what they call a friendly rivalry.
In case no one follows college basketball, Jay Bilas went to Duke.
Am I the only person starting to get tired of all the media attention that the Colts and Peyton Manning receive?
It is not like we care anymore but it would be funny to see what he will do next season. I am almost certain he will not be coming back to the NFL next season.
As for Jenn Sterger's bedroom, well, that is a different situation.
I only needed to see this commercial once before I knew it would be ranked this highly.
A cop using his taser on his fantasy football buddy? Priceless.
This is one of about seven different commercials they filmed starring Terry Tate. This was the first and funniest of them all.
Have you tried the 3-D television yet? How about ESPN in 3-D?
No? Me neither.
I had to sit through the entire commercial before I realized how funny it was.
Just sit back and wait around for the end before you judge.
Nobody honks at Drew Brees. No one!
This is an example of the rivalry that exists between Ohio State and Michigan.
I am pretty sure that this is not too far off from real life.
This is probably the only time you will see a Red Sox player and a Yankees player acting civil with each other.
Now that the Red Sox have traded for Adrian Gonzalez, this rivalry could heat up again next season.
Sportscenter does it once again as they find a way to put humor into their promos by beating up on children.
This is a classic and one of the greatest of all-time.
This was probably the best ESPN College Gameday commercial I have ever seen.
The ongoing joke about Lee Corso's age is used to perfection.
This is another commercial that had little recognition when it came out.
As a result, many people will be watching this one for the first time, enjoy.