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Robert Griffin III featured in "Heisman House" Commercials

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Robert Griffin III, Johnny Football, and Zubaz.

Before we get caught up in the craziness of roster cuts/signings over the next few days, let's take a look at what everyone really loves the team for. The commercialization of Robert Griffin III! Griffin returns this year in the "Heisman House" commercial series for Nissan, and is joined by Johnny F'n Football(pre-Redskins flip off) and sports a killer pair of Zubaz.  The first video was directed by D** S*****'s lawyer team, and reminds us all that everything about RG3 is trademarked.



Some acting lessons for his future domination of Hollywood.



And a picture perfect spit take which will help him when he sees the lineup for his offensive line Week 1 vs JJ Watt and Jadeveon Clowney in Houston.


And an extra clip I just found showing RGIII's amazing accuracy...


From the official press release:

The Heisman House ad campaign, which supports Nissan's long-standing partnership with the Heisman Trophy Trust, is now entering its fourth season and has introduced several new cast members, including Johnny Manziel, Charles Woodson, Roger Staubach, Andre Ware, George Rogers, Billy Sims, and John David Crow. The Heisman winners returning to the campaign for another season include Robert Griffin III, Ricky Williams, Marcus Allen, and Tony Dorsett.

In addition to the TV spots, fans can also visit NissanHeismanHouse.com to watch behind-the-scenes footage from the commercial shoot and cast a vote for the next Heisman Trophy winner. Nissan has one official Heisman ballot, which is determined by fan votes over the course of the season.

The Nissan Heisman House Tour is also returning this year, with a simulated Heisman House that will travel to college campuses across the country for major matchups, culminating with the 2014 Rose Bowl Game. Fans attending the free tour stops will have the opportunity to meet some of the Heisman winners and take photos with the Heisman Trophy.

Now back to you regularly scheduled rosterbation.