Top 5 Superbowl Commercials

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Top 5 Superbowl Commercials

Daniel Aliberto, Staff Writer

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Now that the Super Bowl is over, it is time for people to discuss the most important thing about the NFL’s biggest game: that is, the TV commercials. Let’s be honest: it’s the only time of the year that people want to stay put during the commercial breaks. Here are the top 5 commercials from this year’s Super Bowl:

1). Alexa: Lost Her Voice: In this ad, Alexa lost her voice, so a bunch of celebrities filled in for her. Alexa was replaced by Gordon Ramsay, Cardi B, Rebel Wilson, and Sir Anthony Hopkins. They put on Alexa headsets and gave answers to questions that Alexa owners had. They weren’t very helpful, but at least they tried.

2.) Ram’s Truck: The Vikings: The Minnesota Vikings were dissed in  this one. A bunch of vikings are on a journey to the big game in Minneapolis. When they get there, they find out the game was between the Patriots and the Eagles. Then, they turn around and head back home.

3.) NFL:Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Junior commercial: This was the highlight of the Giants season. After scoring a touchdown pass during practice, the two danced together while “Time of my Life” played in the background. Eli Manning then lifts Odell Beckham Junior in the air with the offensive line dancing in the background. All of this was a reference to the iconic Patrick Swayze-Jennifer Grey lift from “Dirty Dancing.”

4.) Sprint: The Mocking Robots: This commercial was clever and hilarious in every way.  In Sprint’s commercial a doctor was mocked and laughed at by his robots for spending extra money on Verizon. He was even called a “dumb face.” Later in the commercial, he switched to Sprint and was asked why. He said, “My coworkers were making fun of me.”

5.) Good Odds: Toyota: This commercial had a little bit more meaning than the other commercials I have listed here. It was about 8 time Paralympic gold medalist, Lauren Woolstencroft and the odds that she had overcame (997,500,000-1) to become this great athlete. This commercial was very inspiring.  

 

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