Super Bowl Essays

  • Super Bowl Rhetorical Analysis

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    year that people look forward to commercials. It’s the day that the Super Bowl is on. Millions of people get together and have parties, gather around the television and see who is going to win the title. During halftime many commercials are played, many of them are hilarious and people talk about them for the next week. One commercial stood out to me in particular. In this paper, I will analyze a Budweiser commercial from a Super Bowl rhetorically. I will show how the authors use ethos, logos, and pathos

  • Super Bowl Commercial Analysis

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    The commercial I’ve chosen for this paper is the Stephen Colbert pistachio Super Bowl commercial. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sports events in the world, and in America is one of the best places for companies to advertise their products. The Super Bowl is where companies put everything they’ve got into their ads, and Wonderful Pistachios did just that. The star of their commercial is Stephen Colbert, a well-liked, famous TV personality. He is coupled with an eagle, which is a symbol of American

  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Nationwide Super Bowl

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    The familiar jingle and slogan for one powerhouse insurance company, “Nationwide is on your side” replays in viewers’ minds again and again after watching or hearing one of Nationwide’s numerous commercials. Specifically, the Nationwide Super Bowl XLIX commercial’s message highlights how Nationwide is beneficial because of it’s support and personal acknowledgment to their customers when other companies are incapable of doing so. Most of this message was shown during the last section of the commercial

  • Super Bowl Ad Analysis Essay

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    The ad that will be analyzed was shown in the Super bowl a few years ago. The ad is targeting mainly anyone and everyone old enough to buy a car. The ad uses pathos and its brand name very well because of the music that plays throughout the commercial and the events that happen throughout the commercial. The ad starts off with two people sitting behind a police motorcycle. These people are middle-aged wearing a suit. KIA could be implying that the people who desire this vehicle are all successful

  • Super Bowl Argumentative Essay

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    In this year’s Super Bowl, we are all probably talking about the final touchdo-----no, were talking about the commercials that were played throughout the game because, who cares about the actual game itself. Most people watch the Super Bowl because of the commercials and the Half-Time show. We all know that the commercials are the best part! But, without further ado, let’s talk about 2 of the best commercials that were played through the Super Bowl LI. The first commercial that I am going to talk

  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of The Budweiser Super Bowl Commercial

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    The basis of this assignment was to select an advertisement or commercial and analyze it by demonstrating my understanding of the rhetorical strategies; ethos, pathos, and logos. I choose a Super Bowl commercial put out by Budweiser depicting a feel-good message about drunk driving. The famous beer company traded in the Clydesdale horse for an adorable puppy to play the part of a dog who was left at home while his owner is out partying for the night. In this analysis, I address the intended audiences

  • Super Bowl Commercial

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    In Chevy’s Super Bowl commercial first thing viewers see is total destruction and the ruins of a city. Papers blowing everywhere, cars abandoned, fires burning and smoke covering the city. Going forward in the commercial a newspaper is seen with the front headline reading “2012 Mayan Apocalypse, Will world end today?” giving the viewer’s an explanation for the destruction of the city. Next, you see a vehicles headlights turn on and a Chevy truck drive out of the debris. In the truck an average working

  • Super Bowl Advertising

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    stereotypes in Super Bowl 2018 commercials Introduction Due to the importance of Super Bowl advertising and the overall influence that this sports event has on its consumers, it is essential to note and examine the current portrayal of racial and gender stereotypes in these advertising commercials. Likewise, a research study of these particular standards of racial and gender behaviors are imperative to understand the needed measures to make better advertising decisions for future Super Bowls. The purpose

  • Super Bowl Argument Analysis

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    Ever noticed how sexist, racist and homophobic an American can be? If not, watch the Super Bowl. Before, during, and after the Super Bowl commercials that some people see as comedy, but some see these commercials very controversial, air. Coke, 84 Lumber and others have used people’s sex, race, and sexuality to sell their product or to promote their stance on a social injustice, which also helps sell their product or better their image. Sexualizing women, using Trump’s Wall for commerce, and featuring

  • Personal Narrative: The Super Bowl

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    On the morning of Super Bowl 49, I was playing on my Xbox One with Ben Jernejcic when he suddenly asked me whether I wanted to go to his house to watch the Super Bowl. It was an opportunity I could not pass up, so our parents arranged at time me to go to his house. Hours later I arrived at his house, waiting for the fun to begin. We started out going to the gaming room, where we played Madden and mocked the Super Bowl as we played as the Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots. After playing

  • Tom Brady Speech

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    hands of a receiver. These are the words of Patriots defensive lineman teammate Chris Long "He's the king of the petting zoo. There are other GOATs and other farm animals, but he's like the biggest GOAT." It’s not like every player gets to win 5 Super Bowls. Tom Brady is on my team, the New England Patriots so it might look like I’m biased toward them, but I’m telling you now, if I were cheering for any other team, I would still think that Tom Brady is the greatest player ever. There are

  • A Million Dollar Commercial Essay

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    Super Bowl LII: A Million Dollar Advertisement Upon the first Sunday of February each year, the two remaining football teams in the NFL come together to compete and continue a national holiday that dates back to 1967. In that inaugural year, it cost approximately $40,000 to occupy a slot of time on the television screens of 50 million people around the country. 51 years later, in 2018, that price has been heightened to between 5 and 5.5 million dollars, now attracting nearly 100 million viewers

  • Popular Day Analysis

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    Super Bowl Sunday is a very special day for a lot of people. It is the most popular sporting event in the United States and to some, is even considered a holiday. It is such a popular day that even people who are not fans of Football participate in the Super Bowl festivities. Knowing this, companies take advantage of the publicity to make some of the best, and most expensive commercials of the year. Because it is one of the most-watched American television programs, the commercial airtime is the

  • Tom Brady Thesis Statement

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    Tom Brady is considered as one of the top quarterback in NFL history. Why not? Afterall Brady has won four Super Bowl championships and two MVP Awards with his association in the New England Patriots. Brady is a graduate of Michigan University and is of age 38. He is married to supermodel Gisele Bundchen and has two sons. Tom who is a Leo has a height of 6 feet and 4 inches and weight of 102 kgs. He earns a net worth of $120 million. QUOTES “”I’m a pretty good winner.I’m a terrible loser. And I

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Coca Cola

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    revenue and attract a bigger audience base. Coca- Cola features it commercial "America the beautiful" during Super-bowl 47. The most memorable moment of the super-bowl other than the game is the advertisement. Coca-Cola knew that 75% of viewers were will be at home enjoying food and drinks with friends and family. The main focus was to appeal a target audience that is watching the Super bowl game because they love football or just to watch the commercial. In Jack Solomon "Master of Desire”, he brings

  • Compare And Contrast Soccer And American Football

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    sports including popularity, gear, and where they are played. Popularity among these sports is completely different. American football is the most popular sport in the United States. The Super Bowl is the most watched game in America. Companies pay $30,000 to get 30 seconds in a commercial break in the Super Bowl. American football was created in America and is a sport that only Americans play. Soccer is the most popular sport in the world. Soccer is an international sport that is played

  • Persuasive Essay On Philadelphia

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    The Philadelphia Eagles just won Super Bowl 52. Many die-hard fans flock the streets of Philly and celebrate the city 's first ever Super Bowl win. Patriots fans in Philadelphia have to walk through the celebration being screamed at and being called out. An intoxicated man comes up to a Patriots fan and they get into a heated argument after the game and respected teams. The intoxicated Eagles fans attack the Patriots fan and a huge crowd surrounds them, all cheering for the Eagles fan. The Eagles

  • Personal Narrative Essay: When I Am A Pittsburgh Sports Fan

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    which I went to, we got shut down by the Cub’s pitcher and didn’t post one run the whole game. Or in 2010 when the Steelers made it all the way to the super bowl only to lose to the Green Bay Packers. The Steelers had a ball on the 20 yards line driving down and they lost. I really thought they were going to have another miracle win in the super bowl. The 2008-09 Pitt Panthers, ranked #4 in the nation, gave the University its best chance at a National

  • Rhetorical Analysis: Super Bowl

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    beverage company founded in 2009 in Princeton, New Jersey. Its flagship product is Bai Antioxidant infusions. Dr. Pepper Snapple Bottling Group ended up purchasing Bai Brans for 1.7 billion dollars cash. The commercial “Bai goes Big For the 2017 Super Bowl” successfully advertises their product, the Bai drink, and encourages individuals who want a refreshing, yet healthy drink, to try a sip of Bai. Pathos is found in nostalgia for the song “Bye Bye Bye” which was a very popular song in the 90’s.

  • Super Bowl Persuasive Speech

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    The Super Bowl is one of the most watched sports games in America therefore , it should be moved to Saturday. Too many people stay up late watching the game and don't want to go to work or school the next day. You might have a child that is a huge football fan that will be too tired to go to school. It is not healthy for kids that are about 8-11 to get less than 9-11 hours of sleep every day. Babies need to have 18-20 hours of sleep and the rest of the time is spent resting. If you lose a bet or