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16 October 2008 3 Comments
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Below are TWO Nike “Leave Nothing” Commercials. Both really get your adrenaline rushing and are great pieces of work. Click into the entry to see the rest!

Leave Nothing Nike Commercial – FATE
Director: David Fincher (Fight Club, Se7en, The Game etc.,)
Song: Ecstasy of Gold
Follows the life journey of NFL players LaDainian Tomlinson and Troy Polamalu from the moment they were born running to the point where they meet on the football field. Fate.



Nike Leave Nothing Commercials – Directed by Michael Mann
Director: Michael Mann (The Aviator, Collateral, The Insider etc.,)
Song: Promentory from Last of the Mohicans
Commercial stars Shawne Merriman from the San Diego Chargers and Steven Jackson from the St. Louis Rams. Just watch, no explanation needed.

What do you think of them? Comment below!

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3 Comments »

  • Joshua Wang said:

    Whenever I feel lazy or sleepy I will now watch these videos, vicariously play football, and “tackle” my assignments.

  • Joshua Linville said:

    Nike has always been on the cutting edge of advertising and these two commercials only add proof to that statement. I appreciate how the first commercial celebrates hard work and discipline, two character traits that have lost weight in today’s society. Unfortunately, Shawne Merriman is featured in the second ad, not really a guy who exemplifies these traits. A known violator of the NFL’s steroid policy, Merriman should not be glorified.

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