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Better Commercial: Harbaugh or Kaepernick?

Posted Sep 11, 2013

Who had a better commercial this week - Jim Harbaugh or Colin Kaepernick?

Jim Harbaugh and Colin Kaepernick are all about football.

They absolutely love the game. Love it.

But when it comes to making promotional commercials, the serious football men have been known to loosen up for the cameras.

Take the latest commercials to make the rounds on the internet. Harbaugh did a recent advertisement for Visa; Kaepernick joined Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson for another EA Madden video game spot.

There's no doubting that commericials are hilarious, but which one is better?

In Harbaugh’s clip, the 49ers coach is being his serious self while coaching a pee-wee football team. The ad promotes an opportunity for Harbaugh to be your youth team’s football coach.



Kaepernick’s spot on the other hand, made waves this week when it was believed the losing quarterback of the 49ers-Seahawks game would have to shave off an eyebrow.

Apparently that’s not a real bet according to Wilson, who shared the news in a radio interview.

The eyebrow bet didn’t seem realistic, but it made for a funny moment.



Harbaugh, too, can’t be forgotten for earning laughs.

So it raises the question – who is a better pitch man – Harbaugh or Kaepernick?

Leave your thoughts in the comments section of this post.

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