🏈What will be true about Super Bowl LVIII, the Halftime show, and Commercials in 2024?
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resolved Feb 16
Kickoff
Feb 11
Halftime
Feb 12
Overtime
Feb 12
Resolved
NO
Most expensive ad record broken
Resolved
NO
A commercial features a talking bird
Resolved
YES
Commercial featuring comedian as spokesperson
Resolved
YES
A commercial parodies or references an event that happened within the past year
Resolved
YES
Longest commercial is over 30 seconds
Resolved
N/A
Five or more beer ads total
Resolved
YES
Car commercial before second half
Resolved
N/A
At least three different talking animals in ads
Resolved
YES
Fast food franchise commercial after halftime
Resolved
YES
Halftime show has 40 or more people dancing at once
Resolved
YES
Halftime has a song that uses censored lyrics or toned down version
Resolved
YES
Halftime show uses an electric guitar played on the field
Resolved
YES
Halftime show features a song with rapping
Resolved
YES
Halftime show has three or more performers (singers)
Resolved
N/A
Halftime show has mistake / gaffe / wardrobe malfunction
Resolved
YES
Longest commercial is 60sec or longer
Resolved
YES
Song using a trumpet is played during halftime show
Resolved
NO
Larry David OR Jerry Seinfeld appears in a commercial
Resolved
YES
Insurance commercial featuring someone getting hurt or something getting damaged
Resolved
NO
winning team has 36 or more points

I reserve the right to NA any answer for any reason, to combat duplicates or abuse.

MISTAKES TO FIX

  • "Second Half" - might include overtime, will NA that one if able

  • "Hit Crossbars" - might need to reresolve YES

  • Fumble one?

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I didn’t see it with my own eyes but … “Dre Greenlaw went down in the second quarter while running onto the field from the sideline. He was carted to the locker room after some work with the training/medical staff.” (Achilles, out of game)

https://www.49erswebzone.com/articles/178427-injury-updates-greenlaw-carted-locker/

@SusanneinFrance we looked at the video and it was hard to determine - the cart never goes on the playing field, just the sidelines. and people interpreted 'field' to mean two different things. so we NAed it to be safe.

@strutheo Good call

Most expensive ad record broken

no 90 minutes adds this year, 2020 records still stand https://www.marca.com/en/nfl/super-bowl/2024/02/12/65c4053ee2704e805f8b4577.html

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going through rest of them today, and made a small list of ones for mods to look at once they can fix it

  • overtime vs 2nd half

  • # of fumbles

  • hit crossbars

@strutheo NA beer ad question because i meant 'unique' and people thought it meant any

@strutheo "3 or more fumbles that result in turnovers" has been resolved incorrectly.

I commented last night about the punt that hit the ankle. It was, indeed, recorded as a "lost fumble" charged against Luter on the official game stat sheet.

Combined with the two earlier more traditional fumbles, the correct resolution is YES.

@SteveSokolowski will have to check with @BrunoParga who said the game API does not report it as a fumble, can add this to a list to reopen

@strutheo I think we might be talking about slightly different things.

I am assuming, without confirmation, that the app I use consumes the official API.

In that app, each team is listed as having two turnovers; there was a question on whether the winning team would have more than the losing team, and at least based on the app that should resolve NO.

This doesn't mention what the turnovers were. I am saturated with this game, so I don't want to go over the play-by-play to check which two turnovers each team had. So I don't take any stance based on the app on whether the Niners punt that hit the ankle of their player counts as a fumble.

I am not 100% confident, but @SteveSokolowski 's argument makes sense to me.

The official game stats are available here: https://static.www.nfl.com/gamecenter/674ddfc1-b342-11ee-aec3-7d8f81bc70be.pdf

Fumbles Lost is recorded by individual on page 3 and by team on page 5. A lost fumble means a fumble that was recovered by the other team. Darrell Luter was credited with a punt return and a lost fumble because the ball bounced off his foot. So, there were 3 lost fumbles in the game:

  • q1 12:24 by SF-Christian McCaffrey

  • q2 12:09 by KC-Isiah Pacheco

  • q3 2:42 by SF-Darrell Luter

Five or more beer ads total
bought Ṁ50 Five or more beer ad... YES

doesn’t this resolve yes

@ashly_webb i saw 4, budweiser, bud light, coors light, michelob. still looking for 5th

bought Ṁ25 Five or more beer ad... NO

@strutheo yeah nvm same

@strutheo there were two coors ads

@strutheo it was the same ad though, so how do you resolve that

@ashly_webb will look more into this tmrw, there might be a 5th still i didnt see, i missed a lot.

and i wasnt considering reruns at first when i wrote it but idk what people thought .

sold Ṁ25 Five or more beer ad... NO

@ashly_webb neat, how definitive is this? either way might take a few days , ill check other sources

@strutheo no clue, but assuming it is true how would you resolve

Winning team has more turnovers

This resolves NO, it was 2 apiece.

@BrunoParga I wasn't sure if the muffed catch counted as a turnover.

@travis hmm any other community rulings, if so i can add a note to reopen later

@strutheo @travis I use an app which I presume draws from the official API and they report two turnovers per team.

@BrunoParga I don't care either way. I noticed "fumble in 2nd half results in turnover" resolved NO (the muff was in the 3rd quarter). The terms aren't well defined. The muff is recorded as a lost fumble even though it just bounced off the guy's foot. For turnovers, I think they just add lost fumbles and interceptions (turnovers on downs aren't "turnovers").

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