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While millions tuned into the big game, not all eyes were on the field. And this year, companies knew how big the commercials could be so 26 of the 30 companies that bought spots during the Super Bowl decided to release at least part of their Super Bowl commercials early.
Even with that added anticipation, there were some that won for being the funniest, others that didn't quite hit the mark and one that, especially here in KELOLAND, hit a more sentimental note. That ad came from Dodge, advertising their Ram truck. It was with radio commentator Paul Harvey, who died in 2009, showcasing his hymn to the American farmer. His "So God Made a Farmer" tribute is one people say hit close to home and allowed them to relate and feel appreciated.
Another that ranked high among viewers, especially the women viewers, was the Budweiser "Brotherhood" commercial, which is also being referred to as the Clydesdale commercial. This one hit a sentiment that many understand: the love between man and animal.
Much like other years, some of the other top spots were held by names we recognize like Oreo, Doritos, and Go Daddy. To see more of the top commercials head over to the NFL's website.
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