AFC And NFC Championship Games have Super Bowl Ad Preview
The finals for the Super Bowl XLV are happening today. If you have to know the Green Packers play the Chicago Bears in teh NFC Championship game and the New York Jets battle the Pittsburgh Steelers for a spot in the Super Bowl 2011. Fox is broadcasting the NFC Championship game at 2pm ET. CBS broadcasts the AFC Championship game starting at 7pm. Watching the commercials during the Super Bowl finals will actually already give you a big taste of the upcoming Super Bowl ads on Feb. 6.
Anheuser-Bush is leading the way with two 15 second teasers of their actual Budweiser Clydesdales Super Bowl ad. Hyundai will start new Elantra ads during the AFC championship. The all-new Elantra will be featured in one of the three Hyundai Super Bowl 2011 ads and is supposed to be humorous ad.
Audi is also running their Super Bowl companion ad featuring the Audi A8 during the playoffs. The Audi A8 ad is titled Goodnight. You can watch it here. I hope Audi will have something more exciting on the start for Super Bowl as this ad is putting me to sleep. Where is Jason Statham when you need him.
Just like last year, I4UNews will be featuring again the Super Bowl for Geeks Guide. Of course the Super Bowl 2011 for Geeks Guide will be all about the Super Bowl Commercials and not the big game. The Super Bowl XLV will take place in the Dallas Cowboys stadium on February 6th 2011.
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