Budweiser melted Twitter's black heart with its story of love between a puppy and a horse -- complete with the hashtag #bestbuds. Not fair, Budweiser Watch it here.
Esurance had an instant Twitter hit on its hands with its commercial that actually aired after the game. It starred all-around beloved "The Office" star John Krasinski. Oh, and it promised to give away $1.5 million to one person who tweets the hashtag #EsuranceSave30 -- the result was Twitter pandemonium and hilarity. Watch it here.
Whether it lived up to your expectations or not, we were all drawn into salivating for the reveal of Jerry Seinfeld's "secret project" during the big game. A tease to an on-air teaser just wouldn't do, so Crackle released a full 6-minute episode starring Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Wayne Knight. Watch it here.
"The '80s called, they want their store back." Radio Shack took a shot at itself in a store makeover commercial, which had stars from the 1980s, including Erik Estrada, Mary Lou Retton, Hulk Hogan, A.L.F. and others tearing apart the outdated looking tech store. Once the group takes off -- in a Delorean, of course -- a new, clean, modern Radio Shack emerges. Watch it here.
Eat … Fresh? Subway dropped a cool $4 million to debut its latest sandwich: a chicken enchilada melt that for some reason has Fritos on it. Next, their famous athlete pitchmen and women, including Michael Phelps and Apollo Ono endorsed the snack chip endorsement. No mention of calories in this Subway ad, which had some on social media seeing a footlong of rage. Watch it here.
Bob Dylan took us through a stroll of Americana -- all to allude to the fact that Italy's Fiat-owned Chrysler was still as American as, well, Dylan. It clearly sparked a patriotic fervor among viewers. Watch it here.
British soccer star David Beckham gets nude. And #ThatisAll Twitter needed to know. Oh, and by the way, he has a new line of H&M bodywear. Watch it here.