The internet may be buzzing about the historical comeback win for the Patriots last night, but for us in the digital media industry, the Super Bowl is all about the commercials!

According to The New York Times, the average cost of a 30-second ad during Super Bowl LI was $5 million, up from $4.8 million from 2016. With brands spending millions of dollars to advertise their products and services, we are all eyes (and ears) to see who will walk away with the most talked about commercial.

Here are our top three buzzworthy commercials from Super Bowl LI. We’d love to hear your feedback and favorites!

Honda | Yearbooks

Following up to their successful 2015 campaign for “The Power of Dreams,” this year Honda called on many big-name celebs to keep the positivity flowing. Steve Carell, Amy Adams, Tina Fey, Viola Davis, Missy Elliott, Magic Johnson, Jimmy Kimmel, Stan Lee, and Robert Redford provide voiceovers to animated versions of their actual high-school yearbook photos.

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