You must have seen them.

The 'Beats by Dre' headphone commercials starring some of the biggest names in the NFL right now.

We have seen Colin Kaepernick escape the vocal Seahawks fans, and Seattle's own Richard Sherman escaping the media frenzy that now surrounds his every move.

But now Oakland Raiders' wide receiver Rod Streater has given us his own version of the ad - we are guessing Dre's budget did not stretch far enough to include him in the originals.

Aloe Blacc's 'The Man' is used by players in the original commercials to mask unwanted noise, and Streater again uses the track to block out the perils of modern life for an NFL player.

But rather than a media rabble, or fanatical opposition fans, Streater utilises the sound-blocking qualities of the headphones to get away with stealing cookies from a girl and her mother.

Each to their own I guess.

Check out the video above to see the great parody ad.

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