Like each year we are picking the Worst Super Bowl ads. We already featured the Best Super Bowl ads but were there is good there is also bad. It has though to be noted that there fewer bad Super Bowl ads than ever.
The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl 2014. The Seahawks smashed the Broncos with 43 to 8. The Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Puppy Love won the most important Super Bowl 2014 Ad ranking. To see more of the best Super Bowl ads refer to our Top 10 Best Super Bowl 2014 Ads. Below we take a look at the dark side of Super Bowl 2014 Ads. The boring ads. This year most advertisers managed to place good Super Bowl ads. There are only a few that did not impress in some way or another.
Of course our picks of the worst Super Bowl ads of 2014 is our take on the ads. For instance there are many conservatives that think the Coca-Cola Super Bowl 2014 Ad is the worst Super Bowl ad of 2014. Obviously this peaceful and global hugging ad is not on our list of the worst Super Bowl ads of this year.
Watch the worst Super Bowl ads now below. It is a really short list. The most prominent ad listed is the Audi Super Bowl ad. We just expected much more from the company. This whole dog thing is only mildly funny and also just for a short moment.
Super Bowl 2014 is history and it ended with a historic win of the Seattle Seahawks. The big game will be played in the Metlife stadium in East Rutherford. It was the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl but not the coldest in history. Watch all Super Bowl 2014 commercials in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Gallery. Check out the complete list of Super Bowl 2014 Advertisers.
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