Best Super Bowl commercials 2014 - watch again full list of ads seen in game

So what were your favorite commercials during the 2014 Super Bowl? Here were some of the favorites as voiced by some of our viewers on our Facebook page.

Watch them again below. Are we missing any that you liked? Tweet us @DenverChannel!

Budweiser’s “Puppy Love” commercial got a lot of adoration, for obvious, cuddly reasons. A Golden Labrador becomes enamored with one of the beer maker's iconic Clydesdales to the tune of "Let Her Go" by Passenger.
 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/MmKqLX

Radio Shack: The 80s called. They want their store back.

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1n6IRNY

A father tells his daughter that every time a Volkswagen hits 100,000 miles, a German engineer gets his wings.

 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1ilWh8k

Coca Cola shows how America is beautiful -- because of our diversity, with children singing "America the Beautiful" in different languages.

Mobile users click here: http://ch7ne.ws/1ilWIzB

It was the long-awaited Seinfeld reunion, where Jerry Seinfeld  reunited with George and Newman at Tom's Restaurant.

 

 

 

Mobile users, click here: http://ch7ne.ws/LFT20g

 

 

Bob Dylan narrates a Chrysler commercial showing the one thing you cannot import -- American pride.

Mobile users, view here: http://ch7ne.ws/1lvWomx


One soldier had an unbelievable homecoming, courtesy of Budweiser.

Mobile users, click here: http://ch7ne.ws/1aUGpKu

What do you do with no contract? Former Bronco Tim Tebow knows, and he demonstrates the variety of things  you can do without a contract in a commercial for T-Mobile, such as bull riding, working as a stuntman, a doctor, a firefighter and an astronaut.

Mobile users, click here: http://ch7ne.ws/LFB6Ts and here: http://ch7ne.ws/1fQfywF

 

A subtle Chevrolet ad shows a couple driving through the plains, with the woman looking out the window. The ad ends with a message about celebrating cancer survivors.

 

Mobile users, click here: http://ch7ne.ws/1aUOfUs


Another touching one with the Peanuts gang gathering around as the National Anthem is played.

 

 

Mobile users, click here: http://ch7ne.ws/MQlxJE

What to do with a busload of singing Muppets when their bus breaks down? Get them in a Toyota Highlander with Terry Crews.

 

 

Mobile users, click here: http://ch7ne.ws/1erUi1J

 

It's good to be bad. Jaguar had villains rendezvous.

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1cCNJsK

 


For the women, this David Beckham ad was memorable. But the ladies may have a tough time recalling that it's a commercial for H&M.

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1lvZirv

 

Cheerios brings back an interracial family that starred in a prior spot. This one shows a father telling his daughter that they're going to have an addition to the family, a baby boy.  The clever girl shows she knows how to bargain.

 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1fQquKB

 

Chevy's "romance" ad is about a new bachelor in town.

 

 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/LqcY6C

 

Audi ponders what happens when you compromise and breed a Doberman with a chihuahua? You get Doberhuahua. The funniest part? The cameo by Sarah McLachlan.

 

Mobile users, click here: http://ch7ne.ws/1bTDCvK

 

 

 

GoDaddy, known for its racy, skin-baring Super Bowl ads in years past, had an ad in which a real woman quits her job. Did it miss its mark? Is it memorable?
 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1bTpcvF

Also getting lots of attention this year is the “greek yogurt showdown.”  Chobani and Oikos are both airing ads during the Super Bowl.

Oikos features John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Bob Saget, formerly the men of TV’s “Full House,” in an air hockey standoff.

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1nvHEmd

Chobani’s ad features a grizzly bear who knows when he wants preservative-free protein:
 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1fqOeGb

Heinz released its Super Bowl on Thursday. It features a variety of folks humming happily and smacking ketchup bottles to get to that very last drop:
 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1lpFt5h

 

Doritos had fan submitted  commercial features a kid who has a neighbor test out his time machine.
 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1eLGhsb

 

Pepsi traditionally has had some of the most popular commercials in years past. The ad this year explains the “story” of how halftime was invented. It features a song by Bruno Mars, who performed during halftime.
 

Mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1dStT8L

Check out Youtube’s Ad Blitz, where you can watch, vote and share your favorite 2014 Super Bowl commercials.

Print this article Back to Top