The most memorable Super Bowl ads

One of the most heartwarming Super Bowl ads was the 1979 Coca-Cola commercial featuring "Mean Joe" Greene of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
We all remember the 1973 Noxema commercial with New York Jets football star Joe Namath and Farrah Fawcett -- three years before her Charlie's Angels stardom.
For better or worse, this 1995 Budweiser commercial is still with us.
And the catchphrase that friends yelled back and forth to each other can also be traced to Bud.
Terry Tate, Office Linebacker, is a popular series of Reebok commercials about a make believe football player who physically enforces office policies.
In 2010, Snickers featured actress Betty White, whose popularity has increased as she's aged. The kicker was a cameo from Abe Vigoda.

Neal Augenstein,

WASHINGTON – Long after details of the action on the field are forgotten, Super Bowl commercials remain embedded in our memories and pop culture.

Over the years, ads have ranged from straightforward to funny, from sexy to abstract and from tender to annoying.

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