The second DIRECTV campaign in Commercial Closet features NFL players at home getting wired for the satellite TV service, along with their personal peculiarities. Indianapolis Colts star Peyton Manning has a DIRECTV installer at his home.
When the installer says, "I suppose you'll be wanting NFL Sunday Ticket," Manning protests, "What, you think all I care about is football? Hey, I'm into other things. Foreign films, cooking shows..." (These obviously being sensitive, or less than masculine, tastes.)
At the end, Manning shows up wearing a cooking apron with a cookie sheet in his hands and offers the installer "bruschetta," an appetizer and the installer has a funny look on his face.
Another in the campaign has Jevon Kearse of the Tennessee Titans slap the installer on the butt and he quickly leaves with a nervous expression on his face.
The earlier DIRECTV campaign also alluded to gay feelings from a man getting the service and follows the installer up the roof after saying, "I love you."