Super Bowl XLVII’s Top Commercials
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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Baltimore Ravens held on for a 34-31 victory in Super Bowl XLVII Sunday night. The game featured big hits, big plays and even a power outage that delayed the game more than 30 minutes in the third quarter.
However, Super Bowl Sunday isn’t all about the game. Many tune in for the commercials. This year’s commercials have plenty of people talking, so here’s a look at some of the more memorable ones.
The Budweiser Clydesdales are always a fan favorite and this year appears to be no different. Many consider this commercial to be the best one of the evening:
Taco Bell got creative by having a group of elderly people partying into the early hours of the morning:
One commercial that many people are discussing is the Dodge Ram two-minute marathon tribute to farmers:
Oprah’s commercial for Jeep paid tribute to the men and women of the Armed Services and was a big hit among those watching the game:
Tide won many people over with their miracle Joe Montana stain commercial, with an amusing twist at the the end for Ravens fans:
Doritos had a couple of commercials run during the Super Bowl, but this one featuring “fashionista dads” may have been their best:
Here’s their other commercial featuring a Dorito-loving goat:
Samsung went looking for “the next big thing” with Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen:
Psy “went nuts” with this commercial for Wonderful Pistachios.
M&Ms paid tribute to Meatloaf in this year’s Super Bowl commercial:
The E-Trade baby made another appearance this year as well:
Kia found a new way to explain where babies come from in their ad for the 2014 Sorento:
Audi got brave with their commercial featuring a young man going to prom solo: