NFL Credits Itself for a Baby Boom in Adorable New Super Bowl Ad (VIDEO)

A few of the Super Bowl ads for this Sunday's big game have already dropped, and I declare this one the winner so far. The NFL's "Super Bowl Babies Choir" features groups of babies, kids, and adults who were born nine months after their parents' hometown team won the Super Bowl.


The Super Bowl Babies are all decked out in their winning team's apparel, singing a parody of Seal's "Kiss from a Rose." Even Seal himself is there to sing along!


You may have been expecting creepy (parents have sex? ewwwww!), but come on, this commercial is super fun, and beyond adorable. Did you see the 2014 Seahawks babies? Nearly as adorable were the 1967 Packers "babies." Hey, people have been celebrating the Super Bowl by getting it on for nearly 50 years now, mmmkay?

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The three-minute video was released by the NFL on Monday on YouTube, to "recreate one of the greatest love songs of all time to celebrate the greatest game of all time." The last frame of the "Super Bowl Babies Choir" reminds us that football is more than a game -- it's family.

You've been warned, Charlotte or Denver ... one of your cities should expect a baby boom in about nine months.


Image via NFL/YouTube

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