Super Bowl Sunday is a time for football, food and of course commercials.

Millions of dollars are dropped each year for 30 seconds or more of precious airtime on what's basically a national holiday. And after Sunday's 13-3 lackluster matchup between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams, we were grasping for some sort of entertainment.

Burger King, Pepsi, Doritos, Stella Artois and Sketchers all got in the mix, but here are a few of our favorites. 

NFL: 100-Year Game

The NFL had to follow up their 2018 Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. 'Dirty Dancing' commercial with a star-studded advertisement in 2019. The commercial featured some of the greatest to ever play the game like Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana, Deion Sanders, Brian Urlacher and more wreaking havoc at the NFL 100 gala.

Bud Light-Game of Thrones

Worlds collided when Game of Thrones hijacked Bud Light's commercial to promote their upcoming and final season. Our condolences to the Bud Light Knight's family.

Microsoft: We All Win

Microsoft's heartwarming commercial tells the stories of kids with limited mobility and how they continue playing the video games they love with the help of the Xbox Adaptive controller. The ad is likely a follow up on their commercial during the holiday season featuring a child with a disability winning a video game.

Verizon: First Responders

In this commercial, Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn thinks he's meeting with first responders to share the story of those who saved his life after a car accident in 2005. He's later surprised by finding out that the men and woman he's speaking with are actually the ones who were the first to respond to that 911 call. Grab your tissues. 


T-Mobile killed the Super Bowl commercial game with multiple ads. From the always controversial 'what do you want for dinner' question promoting free taco's on Tuesday's at Taco Bell for T-Mobile users, or when your elderly family member can't quite figure out technology, these commercials made us giggle.

Hyundai: The Elevator

Jason Bateman reminds us there's a lot of worse things we could be doing in our spare time than car shopping in this hilarious elevator ride.