Omaha Productions Receiving TV Offers After Eli Manning's 'Chad Powers' Skit

Eli Manning‘s portrayal of “Chad Powers” — a dude trying out for the Penn State football team — was so damn funny, the production company behind the 2x Super Bowl winners skit has been fielding offers from entertainment execs wanting to work with the signal-caller.

TMZ Sports posted the clip from “Eli’s Places” on Monday … showing Powers doing everything from running the 40-yard dash (5.49 seconds) to throwing deep balls, all while providing hilarious commentary (“Chad Powers. Ya ain’t seen nothin’ like him. Not just good looking. I can throw it, baby!”).

The clip has already been viewed millions of times across the internet … and our sources tell us Omaha Productions, owned by Peyton Manning, has been flooded by people in the entertainment industry who wish to work with Manning/Powers.

One of the ideas … a “Ted Lasso”-type show. Of course, Jason Sudeikis plays Lasso … an American football coach hired to manage an English soccer club.

‘TL’ is one of the biggest shows to premiere over the last few years … and it’s won a bunch of awards.

Manning — who retired after the ’19 NFL season — hosts the “Manningcast” during “Monday Night Football” with Peyton.

Eli also has an online show, “The Eli Manning Show,” co-hosted by his former center, Shaun O’Hara, on the NY Giants YouTube page … in addition to a bunch of endorsements.

And, it sounds like Eli’s about to get even busier!

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