While few have seen a Joe Montana miracle stain, the hysterical idea of having a stain on a jersey stole the show during the Super Bowl commercials on Sunday night. As America sifted through the different ads, many felt the idea of a stain looking like something or someone was too funny to ignore.
As the fans never got to see Joe Montana in the flesh in the commercial (he was pitching Sketchers in the Super Bowl ads) the image of his likeness in salsa seemed to be more than enough for people to pay attention to the moment. Of course, it wasn't just that his image was on the shirt, but it was also about the buzz the moment got with everyone assuming it was some sort of miracle.
Apparently the funny and believable moment got the attention of the masses watching the game on Sunday night. A common phenomenon around the world, seeing images like Mother Mary, Jesus and other figures in items isn't that strange. So seeing Joe Montana in a shirt stain isn’t that unbelievable. Nor it is unbelievable that people would come for miles just to see the image.
Take a look at the video clip of Tide’s Super Bowl commercial with the Joe Montana miracle stain.