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Top 5 Super Bowl Commercials for Super Bowl 2022

A list of the five best commercials that aired during the 2022 Super Bowl.
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Top 5 Super Bowl Commercials for Super Bowl 2022

The Super Bowl is unique in many ways with one of those being its uncanny ability to drag even the non-sports/football fans out of the woodwork on a yearly basis. For many of the more causal football folks among us, the commercials can prove to be more enjoyable than the game itself. Even those who tuned into the 2022 Super Bowl for the actual football game between the Rams and Bengals were sure to enjoy a number of this year's ads. From plenty of good laughs to positive messages that made one stop and think, viewers got a little bit of everything from the Super Bowl commercials this year.

While there were a whole host of entertaining ad spots, the following article highlights five of the best 2022 Super Bowl commercials that aired during the Big Game on Sunday night.

Top 5 Super Bowl Commercials of 2022

FTX Cryptocurrency Exchange

Look, anything featuring Larry David is bound to be special. Oddly enough, FTX's Super Bowl ad was David's first time acting in a commercial. The American comedian, Seinfeld creator and star Curb Your Enthusiasm played a time-traveling skeptic who was wrong about, well, everything.

The FTX commercial featured David rejecting life-changing inventions at various points throughout history. Among them were a wheel, a fork, and even the lightbulb. The final invention brought to David was crypto. David once again dismissed it with that added punchline that he has a pretty good record of being right with those types of things. Of course, David had been wrong on the eventual success of every other invention that he had denounced throughout the spot.

Talk about laugh out loud! The FTX commercial was, in a nutshell, pretty, pretty...pretty good.

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Flamin' Hot Doritos/Cheetos

Who doesn't love a good sloth? Not only are they cute and fluffy but they are also slow and lazy. In a nutshell, you could say sloths are the embodiment of many human beings! Did I just fire a shot? Maybe. Go get yourself a work ethic already!

Speaking of getting off the couch, or out of the tree, in this case, the Doritos sloth did just that. When a forest explorer dropped his Flamin' Hot Doritos and Cheetos to the ground while leaning forward for a better view, the resident sloth took notice. He slowly made his way down and sampled some of the spicy goodness for himself. The result was a satisfactory "Aaah" that caught the attention of several other forest animals nearby. A deer and bear also tried the snacks and enjoyed. A nearby fox heard the commotion and instantly dropped a beat. Suddenly, the whole forest was alive in an impromptu jam.

To top it all off, the sloth suddenly has the ability to put on the burners and escape the explorer who comes back down to retrieve his Flamin' Hot goodies. Who knew sloths could run like the wind?

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Salesforce — "The New Frontier"

Now that we've covered the comedy and animal fronts, it's time to mention the Salesforce Super Bowl commercial. Out of all the ads aired during the Big Game this year, Salesforce delivered the best message.

Actor Matthew McConaughey starred in the spot that basically encouraged humans to embrace life on Earth and be accountable for the future of the planet and civilization. McConaughey is in a full astronaut suit during the spot, but the message is actually to restore life and the planet we currently inhabit. In a world where everyone believes the grass is greener on the other side, it was a really well-thought-out message.

"So while others look to the Metaverse and Mars, let's stay here and restore ours." Amen to that!

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Caesars Sportsbook

Okay, back to the jokes. This time, however, we are getting football into the mix as well. Peyton and Eli Manning have captured the hearts of anyone who tuned into the "Manningcast" during the NFL season. Well, the entire Manning family was involved in the first-ever Caesars Sportsbook Super Bowl commercial.

Each of Archie, Cooper, Peyton and Eli were a part of the Caesars Super Bowl spot which played on Roman times in accordance with the company's name and other ads aired during the regular seasons. Actor/comedian JB Smoove played Caesar alongside actress Halle Berry who was Cleo. While the 30-second spot was quick, there were multiple funny jokes tossed in.

Cooper Manning definitely got the shaft at the end of the ad when Smoove told him he did not fall under the "legendary quarterback" label. All told, it was certainly a clever commercial and appropriately featured the "first family of football" during the Big Game itself.

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NFL — "Bring Down the House"

Sticking with the football theme, the National Football League actually killed it on the Super Bowl commercial front again this year. This time, the NFL opted to go with a more fantasy-centric spot.

The commercial started out with a brother and sister locked in a tight game of Madden. Just when the brother was set to celebrate yet another win over his sibling, the ensuing fourth-down snap sailed over quarterback Lamar Jackson's head and...into the living room?!?! Yes, you read that right. And all of the players soon followed the ball right through the TV screen and into the kids' house. The rest of the commercial can basically be summed up with one word: MAYHEM!

Even Grandma knew what was up despite somehow sleeping through the raucous. What happened? Football happened! After yet another impressive showing, the NFL is quietly sneaking up the charts as an annual Super Bowl commercial to watch for.

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Henry has had a passion for sports that few can match for as long as he can remember. What started out as a five-year-old taking interest in the New York Jets and their green jerseys has since become a full-fledged career as a writer and sports betting analyst. His coverage primarily includes the NFL, MLB, NBA, NASCAR, college football, and college basketball. In 2020, he ranked among the top-10 most accurate experts ATS in the BettingPros NFL season contest. You can follow Henry’s sports work on Twitter and other social media platforms @HankTimeSports.


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