2014 Super Bowl Commercials: Which Companies Scored?

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The Seattle Seahawks easily won NFL Super Bowl XLVIII, destroying the Denver Broncos by a score of 43-8.

The Bruno Mars halftime performance featured one of entertainment's most talented stars, while Renee Fleming showed up some seriously impressive pipes during her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner.

But let's face it: all anyone is talking about today are those Super Bowl commercials.

The '80s were resurrected via RadioShack and Fulll House. Many cute dogs were depicted. And Coca-Cola sparked an online debate over diverse individuals singing "America the Beautiful."

Which companies spent their millions wisely? Who should fire their whole marketing staff? Relive the best and worst commercials from Super Bowl XLVIII now:

Budweiser Super Bowl Commercial: Puppy Love
This is beyond adorable. Budweiser has managed to melt our hearts with another Super Bowl commercial.

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All the commercials were good, even the creepy James Franco car one......only thing missing was a football game!

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no doubt: Radioshack with a big "RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR"!!

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Commercials? What commercials? Football? Was there a game? Not really, but something definitely happened during halftime. Bruno Mars and the Hooligans happened. Talk about seizing the moment and shaking the crap out of it. The kid and his band aced what would have to be live entertainment's biggest test, despite their killer performance being nearly obliterated by stupid pyrotechnics and inappropriate Illuminati messaging. The inclusion of the Chili Peppers, looking as if they were just dumped out of a beaker of formaldehyde, only served to make Bruno and co. look and sound even better. Anyway, here's a song for you, Mr. Mars. Tom Jones wanted it once, but now he's a little long in the tooth to be able to pull it off. Feel free to use it: https://soundcloud.com/biff-th...