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Patrick Mahomes Head & Shoulders commercial: Watch Mahomes, former Steelers star Troy Polamalu square off

Patrick Mahomes and Troy Polamalu battle over who has the best hair. Pic credit: Head and Shoulders/YouTube

The battle of hair is here! For years, former Pittsburgh Steelers star Troy Polamalu was the man in the NFL in terms of hair. That is what landed him a Head and Shoulders deal.

Now, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is taking over. Just because Polamalu is retired doesn’t mean he is going down without a fight!

Troy Polamalu vs Patrick Mahomes in epic hair battle

When it comes to hair in the NFL, one cannot deny the power of former Steelers defensive back Troy Polamalu. Polamalu was never mocked for his flowing locks, and for good reason.

He could hit his opponents harder than anyone in the league!

One also can’t deny the power of rising star Patrick Mahomes.

The Kansas City Chiefs MVP landed a deal with Head & Shoulders this offseason, and now, let’s just say his first win of the year has to come against the reigning champion of shampoo, Troy Polamalu.

While these two do not come to a physical altercation, they let their words, accomplishments, and of course, their hair do the talking for them.

Offense vs. Defense.

The new 30-second Head and Shoulders clip between Troy Polamalu and Patrick Mahomes gets right to it. Mahomes and Polamalu debate that Head & Shoulders is better for different reasons.

Of course, Mahomes says it is “better offense” against dandruff flakes. Polamalu says it is “better defense” against flakes.

That follows with a quick barrage of one-word battles between the two stars leading up to that epic moment when Polamalu pulls the trump card.

Mahomes says “MVP.” Polamalu responds with epic NFL reply that just cannot be denied “Super Bowl champ – twice!”

The commercial is pretty cool no matter which player you prefer. It is hard to argue against Mahomes unreal rookie campaign in which he threw 50 touchdowns in his first full NFL season — that is unless you have two Super Bowl rings.

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