New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning helped lead his team to beat the New England Patriots during the Super Bowl XLVI NFL game on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012, in his brother Peyton Manning's town, Indianapolis with a score of 21-17.
Although Manning is receiving praise and has snagged his second MVP award, according to the NFL Star, it's still not about one person, but about one team that came together to take home a victory.
The Giants made a winning play in the final minutes of Super Bowl XLVI, with just 57 seconds on the clock in the last quarter, in which Ahmad Bradshaw ran 6 yards after Manning guided them to 88 yards.
The highly anticipated game was held at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana and was aired on NBC with more than 111 million viewers, a record for the Super Bowl.
Meanwhile, as we already know the Super Bowl games attracted not only football viewers but also those who like to watch some of the controversial ads that run during the game. These commercials end up being some of the most talked about commercial ads that are ran during the televised event.
This year 2012, the 30-second spots sold for $3.5 million and you already know that the ads longer than 30 sec was even more.
Commercial advertisements televised during 2012's Super Bowl XLVI were from brands such as Volkswagon's "The Dog Strikes Back," M&M's "Just My Shell," H&Ms David Beckham Bodywear, Best Buy's "Phone Invaders," Honda's "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off," Chevy for it's Silverado, Toyota's USA's Play-Action Pass Camry ad, Acura's "Two-Minute Drill," Bud Light, Pepsi's "King's Court" and Teleflora, amongst others.
The 'disgusting ad' (which is what's it's being called) goes to TaxACT's "Feel The Free" ad that has a kid in the commercial that urinates in the pool.
Check out all of the 67 Super Bowl XLVI Commercials for 2012 Here: