Super Bowl 52 is in the books after an entertaining and record-setting offensive explosion as Philadelphia knocked off New England 41-33. The NFL season might now be over, but the best Super Bowl commercials are here for you to enjoy over and over again.
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While many of the ads from the big game felt no more special than the average cable commercial on a Tuesday night, especially as the game wore on, the ones below definitely entertained.
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Here are some of the top ads from the big game, including a screen shot of a 30-second spot that went completely haywire – as in nothing aired.
Best Super Bowl 52 Commercials
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M&M's Featuring Danny DeVito
The best performance of his career by far.
Doritos Blaze & Mountain Dew Ice
Now this is what Super Bowl commercials are all about.
Solo: A Star Wars Story
Is it May of 2018 yet?
Wait? No promoting the tastiness of Tide Pods?
Keegan-Michael Kay acting as a human translator was one of the best ads of the game.
Bleep Don't Stink
I'm a sucker for this kind of humor.
Toyota Tugs at the Heartstrings
It's a fine line between tear-jerker and cheesy, but they did a pretty solid job on this one.
Black Screen of Death
Somebody, somewhere is in deep trouble when what should've been a 30-second ad was nothing more than a black screen for half of a minute. Still though, I enjoyed these 30 seconds more than that awful Sprint commercial.
Wendy's thinks it might have figured out what happened after taking a dig at McDonald's earlier in the evening in a commercial.
Y'all freeze that live feed?
— Wendy's (@Wendys) February 5, 2018
Manning + Beckham = Dancing Pros
This one didn't air until just prior to the fourth quarter, but it was well worth the wait. One of the funniest spots of the night by far.
Looks like Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr have the best #SuperBowl commercial so far pic.twitter.com/LQzDXZeu9O
— Def Pen Sports (@DefPenSports) February 5, 2018