Brett Favre SNL Wrangler Jeans Commercial Spoof – Jason Sudekis as Brett Favre “Open Fly Jeans” Parody (Video)

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Brett Favre met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell this week to clear up some things regarding the allegations that he harassed former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger. According to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, Brett Favre actually admitted that he left voicemails on Jenn Sterger’s phone, but denied sending over any pictures of mini-Brett.

Both the NFL and Favre likely want to wrap up the Jenn Sterger scandal already, so Goodell can focus entirely on the concussion issues and Favre can go back to throwing game-ending interceptions in peace.

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 11: Brett Favre of the Minnesota Vikings wipes his eyes as he walks off the field after the New York Jets won 29-20 at New Meadowlands Stadium on October 11, 2010 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

But before the dust settles, SNL jumped at the opportunity to mock Favre in a recent skit starring Favre in all his ruggedly handsome-ness, doing his famous Wrangler Jeans commercial. Only in the SNL skit, Favre (played by SNL cast member Jason Sudekis) isn’t promoting Wrangler, but rather a more appropriate line of jeans for his current situation – “Open Fly Jeans.”

In SNL’s “Open Fly Jeans” skit, Favre is, as usual, playing a friendly game of backyard football with his bros in his nut-hugging denim favorites (why won’t he just wear sweatpants like the rest of us?), while a voice-over states the obvious:

Wrangler Open Fly Jeans feature an ultra-relaxed fit where you need it most – the fly.  Why let zippers and buttons slow you down?

Favre then whips out an iPhone and snaps of picture of manhood, presumably to send to Ms. Sterger. He shows all his buddies, who promptly run away in fear.

It was only a matter of time before SNL got to Favre, and the Brett Favre SNL skit doesn’t disappoint. As hard as it is to root for Favre, you’ve got to either feel terribly sorry for him at this point, or admire his ability to ignore the constant public embarrassment while still playing the game at a high level (at age 42).

Brett Favre SNL “Open Fly Jeans” skit below:

 

 

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