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Not only was it a great game, I was very happy that the Kansas City Chiefs won, being born in Philadelphia, I am a life long Eagles fan, and Coach Andy Reid, who we called "Big Red", and who the Eagles fired shortly after the death of his son, finally got his Super Bowl win. But the ads were some of the best I had seen in a long time. Stand outs for me, were the Disney Plus for the new Marvel shows, Bill Murray's Groundhog's Day, the Facebook with Stallone's Rocky Balboa, on what is known as the Rocky Steps, and Doritos never let's me down, Dilly Dilly!!!
 

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Yep the only time I look forward to commercials!

What I found interesting is that it almost appeared that KC held back in the 4th quarter.
Thinking they could have scored again and for some reason did not.
The only explanation I can come up with is that the points spread
would have been met and the payouts would have broke the bank.

I have been to Las Vegas twice and gambled a total of 1.00 in the combined visits
so the outcome of the game does not affect me financially one way or the other.

Eric
 

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When Andy was in Philly, the first five seasons, he would use the west coast offence, which did not work, he is more conservative with K.C. Doritos with Sam Elliott and Lil Nas X was awesome ad.
 

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Yeah I read somewhere that a 30 second commercial spot costs 5.6 million,
not to mention what the commercial itself costs to produce. Bill Murray in
the Jeep was fantastic when remembering back the Groundhog day movie,
especially considering it was actually Groundhog day!

Eric
 
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