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Julian Edelman stars in hilarious advert before the season starts

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The new NFL regular season kicks off on Thursday night and after a long off-season of deflated footballs and player departures, the New England Patriots will surely be happy to focus on football for once.

New England play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night in the season opener as two play-off tipped teams go head to head.

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The Patriots will be under the spotlight all season given the dramatic off-season they had and their status as the current Super Bowl Champions.

They are in a division which has has improved greatly, their conference is much better than last year and they face a tough season opener.

Despite all the pressure around the Patriots, one of their shining stars from Super Bowl XLIX has taken time to poke a little fun at himself.

In the latest advert for Toyota, Edelman assumes the role of a car salesman and what follows is simply hilarious.

From trying to convince customers to buy cars then return them to mentioning that he caught the winning pass in the Super Bowl, Edelman shows he doesn't belong in a car showroom.

What really makes the advert though is that it is shot like a reality TV show and features interviews from his would be bosses.

While Edelman's advert is funny, Patriots fans will surely be hoping that he is more focused on football when it comes to Thursday night against the Steelers.

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