Edelman spoofs 'Cheers' theme with funny video featuring Newton, Belichick


The "Cheers" bar in Faneuil Hall might have closed last month after 20 years in business, but there's a new location opening... kinda.

With the Patriots getting ready for their 2020 season-opener against the Dolphins on Sunday, Julian Edelman took to social media for his latest pregame video — and it's a pretty clever takeoff of the sitcom's iconic theme song featuring a bunch of his teammates.

Take a look for yourself: 

The video racked up over 200,000 views on Twitter in just a few hours, and it's easy to see why. Here are some of the many highlights:

The amount of teammates featured, including Devin and Jason McCourty, N'Keal Harry, James White, David Andrews, Matthew Slater, Stephon Gilmore, Chase Winovich, Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer, among others.

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Cam Newton's two appearances. First in a hat (his signature item of clothing) with Robert Kraft behind him on the steps, and then again with a special "introduction" later on.

Bill Belichick as the guy holding up the newspaper with the big "We Win!" headline. For a coach who's won six Super Bowls as a head coach and two more as a defensive coordinator, there's no more appropriate headline.

And the closing credits of "Created by: Robert Kraft, Jonathan Kraft, and Bill Belichick" is the perfect cherry on the sundae. 

Six months after the coronavirus pandemic brought American society to a halt, taking a break from all your worries sure would help a lot. And Patriot fans really would like to get away, so the start of New England's season — and Edelman's video — comes at the perfect time. Cheers!