Well, now that all the hubbub over the game has settled, let's take a look at the other action from Sunday night's Superbowl XLIV.
With all of the advertisers knowing that this is the largest captive audience, usually some of the best and most creative advertising is saved for a slot during the Superbowl, but, it seems that this year's work was a bit bland.
After watching the night's coverage, it was clear that Hyundai had the most activity. And, considering their 2009 auto sales, they should have! Their brother, Kia, also managed to get some good air time as well.
Honda did some sort of interesting squirrel bit but that did not seem to detract from the most atrocious-looking vehicle on the planet, the Honda Accord Crosstour.
Audi put together some sort of homage to Paul Blart: Mall Cop, and to say it was disappointing would be a gift. After seeing what those marketing genius' are capable of this fell far short of expectations. Last year it was the Audi A6 3.0T with Jason Statham, then the year prior was the Godfather tribute and the R8. I guess you cannot ring the bell every year.
What was a nice, fresh automotive campaign was Chrysler's Dodge Charger bit. For such a dated vehicle, they surely know how to spruce up the marketing on it.
Take a peek below at some of last night's advertisements and let us know who YOU thought came with their "A" game.
2010 Chicago Auto Show Photo Gallery
2011 BMW 335is Photo Gallery
2011 BMW 5-Series Photo Gallery
2010 Detroit Auto Show Photo Gallery