Super Bowl commercials: Best ads, worst ads and the meh

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After many predicted the New England Patriots, led by quarterback Tom Brady who has snagged five Super Bowl rings- would take home the win once again, turns out the Eagles put in extra work to become Super Bowl champs. Cardi B, Rebel Wilson, Gordon Ramsey and Anthony Hopkins come to her rescue.

It also shows us the power of live commercial TV events like the Super Bowl.

Next best: Simply drawing attention, even if an ad offends some people.

No players sat or knelt for the anthem during the playoffs, including the Super Bowl.

The Big Game is Sunday with a great matchup - the New England Patriots versus the Philadelphia Eagles. I think football's great, and I also love amusing commercials, so Super Bowl Sunday is practically a holiday for me.

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First of all, this year's Super Bowl boosted the economic growth of the host city as well as the entire nation, bringing handsome revenues to big companies and the government. Budweiser's commercial features a brewery being transformed into a water-canning facility to help deliver cans of water to hurricane-affected areas, while a Stella Artois ad sees Matt Damon asking people to buy the beer's signature chalice to help provide water to people in need. It featured David Harbour (Stranger Things) spoofing Super Bowl commercials that we've all seen in the past and saying, "It's a Tide ad".

Putting NBC on top in both categories that L + 1 result supersedes in actual viewership life the February 11, 2017 Saturday Night Live that went up 3.925 million to 14.769 million in L+ 1 and Empire's key demo lift of 1.37 on March 4, 2015 to a 7.14 rating.

UniMas was third, averaging 820,000 viewers, followed by Estrella TV, which averaged 260,000 and Azteca America, which averaged 80,000. According to Adweek, the idea behind "Hope Detector" came after a survey conducted by a company revealed that very few of their customers were actually aware that heading into a Hyundai dealership to buy a new vehicle also means that you're making a donation. Some of them are really amusing and do drive genuine conversation. But for those of you less interested in the National Football League and more interested in pop star controversies and pop culture moments, here are the must-see moments.

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