The Virginia-based Cyprus Air Heating, Cooling and Fireplaces hired Kirk Cousins and Donald Trump impersonator John Di Domenico for a one-and-a-half-minute advertisement that ran locally during the Super Bowl.
The premise of the ad was that Cousins convince Trump to order gas-efficient fireplaces for the White House.
It is cringeworthy:
According to Cousins’ Instagram, the commercial was filmed about two weeks ago, before the Chiefs agreed to send Alex Smith to the Washington Redskins.
Once the trade happened, the advertisers opted to reference it.
At around the 50-second mark, Trump yells, “Sneaky Alex (Smith) stole your job, so I’m making you secretary of offense.”
So I came away with three questions:
A) Is Alex sneaky?
Since he reportedly agreed to sign a long-term deal with Washington likely before the deal, I guess you could make a small case, but Cousins never really wanted to stay there anyway.
B) Do the Chiefs need a secretary of offense?
Undoubtedly. Let Andy Reid and OC Eric Bieniemy take care of the big business—the offensive scheme, player management, fresh Bieniemyims—while the secretary of O handles all the little things, such as making sure everybody has coffee, timeout management, Kareem Hunt carry tracking, etc.
C) If we’re going to have a secretary of offense, who should it be?
This is where you come in.
Who should the Chiefs hire as secretary of offense?
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