Ever since 'In Living Color' featured a Super Bowl halftime episode in 1992, and stole some of the audience for the major football event, the NFL has been focused on bringing top-notch artists to rock the halftime stage -- including Michael Jackson the very next year. Could you blame the football world for showing its appreciation on music's biggest night?

The Grammys have become a television event similar to the way the Super Bowl has. So legends Deion Sanders, Terry Bradshaw and Shannon Sharpe teamed up to offer a similar halftime show for the Grammys in an over-the-top Pepsi commercial.

Famed head coach Mike Ditka channels Miley Cyrus' wrecking ball, Sharpe spits some bars and Bradshaw does country (side note: Bradshaw actually did do country at one point) in this hilarious mess of a commercial. Juicy J, Wale and Jhene Aiko are some of the stars seen in the ad -- but pay close attention because you might miss their appearances.

And if the NFL actually does want to do something like this in the future, maybe they should dial it back a bit on the confetti.

Bruno Mars is set to perform at this year's Super Bowl.