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If you found yourself, along with the other 103 million Americans, tuning in to the 52nd Super Bowl, you probably watched—and picked your favorite commercial. Most years the food commercials are for fare we're not so interested in—salty chips, sugary soda and candy... not exactly our bag.
But this year something piqued our interest: The perfectly hilarious Avocados from Mexico commercial truly hit home.
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The commercial depicts a group of people in “Guac World”, an enclosed dome designed to “seal the bad out and the good in.” The citizens are surrounded by lovely things: babbling brooks, calm trees, classical music, massages, and of course film and television star Chris Elliot. I’d love to snag myself an invite to live there too.
But everything is about to change. A woman acknowledges the crates full of avocados, as any haven of ours would include. Suddenly, a man in the crowd realizes they accidently left the chips outside of the enclosed dome. Panic ensues.
The scene quickly turns into a parody of The Purge. A man rips his sleeves off, another shaves his hair with an electric razor, and others run around in a frenzy, smearing “help” in dirt on the translucent dome. What is a world full of avocados without any chips?!?!
The leader of the group finally calms the crowd by saying, “Wait! Avocados taste good on lots of things. See? Avocado toast! We can still make this work.”
Everyone breathes a sigh of relief. Especially those of us digging into our plateful of chips and guac on the other side of the screen anxiously waiting to see what happens. Peace and happiness have now settled among the chipless, distraught people of Guac World.
The commercial closes with a citizen realizing the wifi is down inside the dome. Panic arises again.
There’s not much we can say about the lack of wifi situation, but we’re totally feeling their love for avocados. The creamy fruit has a slew of health benefits we can totally get behind. Just one ounce has 50 calories, plus 20 vitamins and minerals like potassium, vitamin E, vitamin C, B vitamins, and folic acid.
Avocados are full of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and can help reduce blood cholesterol. Plus, they are high is dietary fiber, Keep you full, regulate blood sugar, aid in hormone regulation, and with absorbing essential fat-soluble vitamins. They’re a dream come true, and we can’t imagine a life without them.
As the leader of Guac World tells her people, there are so many ways to use our fave food. Just check out our favorite avocado recipes. So let us spread our love for all things avocado today. We can celebrate that we do in fact have chips inside with a tasty guacamole recipe or get a little fancy with the world’s best food.
When dinner rolls around it’s time to get crafty. Blend an older avo into this Green Goddess Avocado Sauce or cut perfect slices to add to your Quinoa Bowls with Avocado and Egg for a breakfast for dinner meal you’ll want again and again. The opportunities are endless.
The perfect food is the avocado, and though we can’t block out the bad and keep the good under a dome, we can still make everything with avocados. And that’s good enough for us.
Pringles Releases Out-of-This-World Super Bowl 55 Ad
So it begins. With Super Bowl 55 just days away, the onslaught of Big Game ads have started to surface online. First, it was Coors Light trying to train you into seeing its ad while you sleep, or Miller Lite's calorie-burning spot. Now, Pringles is heading to space as it unveils its Big Game spot in the moments leading up to Sunday.
Spinning out of a Rick & Morty ad that went viral last year, Pringles sticks with the chip stacking theme as it features various products within the ad &mdash from the classic Pizza and Cheddar flavors to more recent Pringles Wavy chips. The basis of the ad, one titled Space Return, is that two astronauts make a successful return to Earth and land in the ocean, only that no one is there to pick them up.
We cut to a scene where those at back at mission control are too busy stacking their chips to go out and help. Cut to sometime in the future and the two astronauts are still floating out at sea when a fishing boat zooms by. Again, the fisherman on the boat are too busy stacking Pringles and coming up with the ultimate combination of flavors, they don't notice the astronauts stranded at sea.
It ends with the space vessel floating into a storm, with no help in sight. Darn Pringles, right? You can see the full ad ahead of Super Bowl LV above. The ad itself is expected to air towards the end of the first quarter this Sunday.
&ldquoComing off a huge year for Pringles, with a new look for the brand and the introduction of our new Scorchin&rsquo line, it&rsquos great to bring a taste of Pringles&rsquo fun and unnecessary genius to the Big Game again,&rdquo Pringles marketing director Gareth Maguire said in a press release. &ldquoWith literally thousands of different Flavor Stacks to experiment with, you can easily get distracted from other responsibilities.&rdquo
Also of note is the fact Pringles isn't advertising any one specific product but instead, advertising the brand as a whole. In the company's release on Tuesday, it even included two "recipes" for the stacks included in the ad. To make the "BBQ Pizza Stack" seen in the ad, Pringles fiends with need Original, Barbecue, and Pizza flavors. The "Spicy Cheese Stack," on the other hand, uses Jalapeno, Cheddar cheese, and Ranch flavors.
Super Bowl 2020: Recipes, Snacks with 49ers vs. Chiefs Theme
The Super Bowl isn't just an event for NFL fans. It's a pseudo-holiday during which families and friends gather to share moments, memories and, of course, food.
Yes, the struggle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will be the most important part of Super Bowl Sunday for serious fans and the 49ers and Chiefs faithful. However, the spread at your Super Bowl party isn't far behind.
No social gathering would be complete without the right food and drink. Whether you're looking to impress as the host or by bringing a special dish—all proper guests should—you'll want to go beyond the standards of pizza and chicken wings.
If you want to be the hit of your Super Bowl party, it's worth trying out a dish themed around the two teams involved in Super Bowl LIV. Here, we'll examine some recipes from around the web that do exactly that.
Appetizer: Avocado Fries
This is one we examined last year when the Los Angeles Rams were in the big game. It's relevant for San Francisco fans, though, so it's worth revisiting. Few things say "California" like avocados, and unless you want to be the butt of avocado-toast jokes, fried avocados are the way to go.
Here's a quick and easy recipe from Lena Abraham of delish.com. This one does require an air fryer, but it can come together in no time.
- 1 cup panko bread crumbs
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp paprika
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 2 large eggs
- 2 avocados, sliced
1. In a bowl, whisk together panko, garlic powder, and paprika. Place flour in another shallow bowl, and in a third shallow bowl beat eggs.
2. One at a time, dip avocado slices into flour, then egg, then panko mixture until fully coated.
3. Place in air fryer and fry at 400 degrees F for 10 minutes.
Feel free to serve these delicious fries either by themselves or with a dipping sauce of your choice.
Sauce: Kansas City BBQ
When you think of Kansas City cuisine, you undoubtedly think of barbecue. Whether you choose to make wings, brisket, pulled pork or another favorite, the one thing you'll want to get right is the sauce.
Here's a terrific recipe from Susie Bulloch of Hey Grill Hey:
- 14 oz. crushed tomatoes
- 1 cup ketchup
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
- 1/2 cup molasses
- 1 tbsp smoked paprika
- 1 tbsp salt
- 2 tsp ground black pepper
- 1 tsp chilli powder
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
- 1/2 tsp ground mustard
1. Combine ingredients in a medium saucepan. Bing to a boil over medium heat, then reduce to a simmer.
2. Simmer for 20 minutes, then remove from heat to cool.
This sauce can be used right away or refrigerated for later use. This is especially helpful if you're looking to prep ahead of time. Serve with your favorite cuts of meat or with the following pulled-pork recipe.
Main Dish: Oven-Roasted Pulled Pork
If you're looking to flaunt your sauce, you're going to need some meat. If you want a quick and easy recipe—one that doesn't involve a smoker—try this one from Lauren Miyashiro of delish.com.
This recipe also includes a sauce recipe, though pairing it with the more authentic KC barbecue recipe above is worth the effort.
- 4 lbs boneless pork shoulder
- 3 tbsp packed brown sugar
- 1 tbsp kosher salt
- 1 tbsp smoked paprika
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp onion salt
- 1 tsp ground cumin
- fresh black pepper
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil
- 12 oz lager beer
1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F and trim excess fat from the pork. Cut into large pieces.
2. Combine dry ingredients and rub over pork.
3. In a large Dutch oven, heat oil over medium-high heat. Working a few pieces at a time, add pork and sear in oil.
4. Pour beer into mixture and cover lid. Place in oven and cook until pork becomes tender—roughly 2.5-3 hours.
5. Shred pork using two forks. Serve with barbecue sauce and buns.
Dessert: Themed Sugar Cookies
Cakes and pies can sometimes be a hassle at parties. Putting out a tray of simple sugar cookie is a better alternative, and luckily, we found a no-fuss recipe at allrecipes.com.
- 2-3/4 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 1 cup butter
- 1-1/2 cups white sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. In a small bowl, mix flour, baking soda and baking powder.
2. In a larger bowl, mix butter and sugar until smooth. Add egg and vanilla, then gradually mix in dry ingredients from the small bowl. Roll into teaspoon-sized balls of dough and place on ungreased cookie sheets.
Flouring the fruit in this Bundt cake recipe helps keep it suspended throughout the batter, and using a serrated knife guarantees you won’t squash or shred the slices.
Two warnings about these cookies: Don’t give them to young children before bedtime and don’t leave them lying around, if you want any left for yourself. These cookies are crisp on the edges and have a chewy middle strewn with pockets of soft chocolate. The espresso powder, as Kelsey (The Naptime Chef) noted, amplifies the chocolate, but not the sweetness, making it a grown-up cookie. When making any cookies, make sure to cream the butter really well—this aerates the cookies and integrates the sugar—but be conservative with your mixing once the dry ingredients are added.
Coca-Cola ad: Can you believe this reaction?
The Super Bowl is known for hilarious commercials, but one from Coca-Cola is causing quite the stir on social media. #SpeakAmerican started trending on Twitter after the ad debuted showing 'America the Beautiful' sung in different languages.
Coca-Cola America the Beautiful (Photo: Coca-Cola)
Coca-Cola's Super Bowl ad has sparked both outrage and kudos on Twitter and Facebook.
The ad, entitled "It's Beautiful," features the patriotic song "America the Beautiful" sung in eight languages. The ad shows people of different ethnicities.
"Speak English or go home," said one commenter on the page. Another commented, "Screwed up a beautiful song. No Coke for my family."
Twitter also erupted with criticism of the ad.
Hey @CocaCola This is America. English, please. #SB48— Saved By The Blood (@vonzion) February 3, 2014
Hey #coke we speak English in America #AmericaIsBeautiful . Awful commercial— alexander c (@theAFAUSTshow) February 3, 2014
But many others praised Coca-Cola for reflecting the country's diversity.
Thanks @CocaCola for reminding us that we are beautiful because of and not in spite of our linguistic diversity. #AmericaIsBeautiful
— Ashley Karlsson (@AshleyKarlsson) February 3, 2014
Ashamed that people are upset by the Coca-Cola commercial. We&#39re a melting pot y&#39all. I think it was a good portrait of our diversity. ??— Small Town Belle™ (@BelleTownUSA) February 3, 2014
Coca-Cola will debut a 90-second version of the ad during the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics on Feb. 7, according to a company release.
"We hope the ad gets people talking and thinking about what it means to be proud to be American," said Katie Bayne, president of Coca-Cola North America, in the release.
Twinkie the Kid made a comeback before eventually disappearing for good
The Twinkie was invented in 1930 by James A. Dewar, the manager of Continental Baking, The New York Times revealed. Twinkies were originally filled with banana cream, but during World War II, bananas were scarce, so Continental switched to the now-iconic vanilla cream filling, which was an instant hit. In the 1950s, Continental signed on as a sponsor for The Howdy Doody Show, and Twinkies were directly marketed to children.
In the '70s, Continental launched a new ad campaign with the debut of Twinkie the Kid, a walkin'-talkin'-lasso-twirlin' Twinkie in cowboy gear. With the slogan "you get a big delight in every bite," the Kid was a sensation. Continental followed up with other anthropomorphized bakery goods, but Twinkie the Kid was the most popular. With people seeking out healthier food options in the1980s and 1990s, though, snack cakes began to fall out of favor. Declining sales and mismanagement had plagued Continental for years and in 2004, the company declared bankruptcy.
Hostess emerged in 2009, now called Hostess Brands, and attempted to market smaller portions, like the 100-calorie Twinkie Bites, but it was a bust, and Hostess Brands shut down in 2012. Hostess Brands reemerged in 2013 — and an updated Twinkie the Kid showed up on packaging and even made personal appearances. But the Kid's comeback was short-lived. In 2017, Hostess refocused its marketing to target millennial moms instead of their kids, and Twinkie the Kid rode off into the sunset.
Pampers&rsquo Super Bowl Commercial Has Parents Singing About Stinky Booties With John Legend & Adam Levine
John Legend, the multi-talented artist and dad, joined forces with Adam Levine and Chrissy Teigen as part of the launch of the new Pampers "Love The Change" campaign.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen perpetually inspire dads and moms with their parenting #realtalk. The parents of 2-year-old Luna and 8-month-old Miles happily document the highs and lows of raising two little ones on social media. Legend has also appeared in Pampers commercials, showing the world how he incorporates song into everyday life𠅊nd yep, diaper changes!—with Luna. Now, the EGOT winner and bestselling cookbook author have joined forces with fellow celeb parent Adam Levine, dad to Dusty Rose, 2, and Gio Grace, 11 months, for Pampers&aposntertaining new Super Bowl spot. The commercial is part of the diaper brand&aposs launch of the new Pampers "Love The Change" campaign, which aims toꃎlebrate dads and the special bond they have with their babies.
Legend recently chatted with Parents.com about how his parenting style helped inspire theꃊmpaign, what it&aposs like to work with his old buddy and The Voiceo-star Adam Levine,ਊnd what he, Chrissy, and the kids are doing this Super Bowl Sunday.
Parents.com: What inspired the latest Pampers spot?
John Legend: It&aposs really just a reflection of what we really do at home, which is sing to Luna and Miles all the time. I&aposve been singing that "Stinky Booty" song to Luna since she was born, basically, and it really carries on a tradition from my family, because my dad used to sing to me, my mom used to sing to me all the time. They would make up little random jingles about going to bed or whatever, and I do the same thing with Luna, and Chrissy does the same thing with Luna. It&aposs just a celebration of the fun we can have as parents with our kids. Particularly with this campaign, it&aposs about celebrating dads who get in on the action with diaper duty and anything else we can contribute to the family as we help raise our kids.
Parents.com: What&aposs the best feedback you&aposve received on the campaign so far?
John Legend: I&aposve had so many people say they couldn&apost get ["Stinky Booty"] out of their heads, and they were singing it to their kids. So many people just really grabbed onto it—moms and dads. I think it&aposs really cool that we&aposre celebrating dads in this. I think it&aposs an important thing to say socially that we should be as involved as we can be in our kids&apos lives. And we should make it fun.
Parents.com: What did you enjoy the most about collaborating with Adam?
John Legend: Well, we see each other every day at work [on The Voice] now. We&aposve been friends for a long time, and it&aposs funny, because we were both like young bachelors dating swimsuit models when we first met each other many years ago. Now, we&aposre still dating swimsuit models, but it&aposs not dating anymore. We&aposre both married and dads of two kids, and it&aposs been cool to grow up together. Now we&aposre singing diaper change songs to our kids, so, you know, it&aposs the circle of life.
Parents.com: How do you feel like your fathering styles compare?
John Legend: We&aposve talked about each other&aposs personalities, and I tend to be a little more even-keeled and laid-back than he is. He&aposs a little bit more dynamic personality-wise and has a little bit more emotion. I don&apost know how that carries over to his parenting style, but in general, I&aposm like the most Zen person you know. I&aposm always calm. I don&apost raise my voice very often, so I&aposm that way as a parent too.
Parents.com: Chrissy&aposs appearance in the spot feels very realistic, in that she&aposs teasingly rolling her eyes at you and Adam. Has she made fun of you for anything like that lately?
John Legend: It&aposs hard to keep track! She gave me the best birthday party ever, by the way, so she&aposs good for a long time after that. She can make fun of me all she wants.
Parents.com: What advice would you give new dads who might be feeling overwhelmed or nervous?
John Legend: I think the thing is that pretty soon you learn even though you&aposre nervous, there&aposs not a lot of absolutely horrible things you can do. You can&apost tiptoe around everything. I think people get so hung up worrying about whether they&aposll break something, that they&aposre afraid of doing anything. And you gotta get in there, be as helpful as you can be, and ask questions, and learn, and you&aposre learning together really. Obviously, there are things moms do anatomically that men can&apost do, but as much as we can get involved, I think we should. Moms need the help, first of all, and it&aposs a lot of physical strain giving birth, breastfeeding. It takes a lot out of a woman to do those things, so to any extent you can help, it&aposs good to do so.
Parents.com: How do you plan to spend Super Bowl Sunday?
John Legend: We&aposre just gonna watch the game! We usually throw a little party, always put it together at the last minute, but make some food, have some friends over, watch the game. It&aposll be fun. Maybe a little music and a lot of good food. It&aposs nice when it&aposs in L.A. because it&aposs still early too. It&aposs still afternoon, and the kids are still awake, so everyone has fun.
If you didn&apost catch it during the game, you can see John, Adam, and Chrissy in the new "Love The Change" campaign below.ਏollow @PampersUS on Instagram during the game to see all of the #StinkyBootyDuty excitement unfold live!
How Oreo Got That Twitter Ad Up So Fast
Within minutes of the Super Bowl blackout, Oreo tweeted a perfectly zeitgeisty "dunk in the dark" ad. Here's how.
At 8:48 p.m. Sunday night, Oreo tweeted this ad with the caption "Power out? No problem." Since then, it's been retweeted more than 14,000 times (and the same image on Facebook has gotten more than 20,000 likes) — meaning that the most powerful bit of marketing during the advertising industry's most expensive day may have been free. Twitter has been collectively wondering who deserves a raise.
The answer: The agency behind the on-the-fly ad was 360i.
"We had a mission control set up at our office with the brand and 360i, and when the blackout happened, the team looked at it as an opportunity," agency president Sarah Hofstetter told BuzzFeed. "Because the brand team was there, it was easy to get approvals and get it up in minutes."
Oreo had already aired a solid TV ad with their "Cookie or Creme" spot. But they were ready to capitalize on social media as well when the lights went out.
"The big question is, what happens when everything changes, when you go off script?" Hofstetter said. "That was where it got fun."
The key? Having Oreo executives in the room, ready to pull the trigger.
"You need a brave brand to approve content that quickly. When all of the stakeholders come together so quickly, you've got magic," Hofstetter said.
Here’s a look at some of the best 2020 Super Bowl commercials released so far:
Jeep – Groundhog Day
Jason Momoa – Rocket Mortgage
Michelob ULTRA – Jimmy Works It Out
Former Men’s Journal cover star Jimmy Fallon appears in this commercial that puts him to the test when it comes to his fitness. Fallon works out alongside athletes like John Cena (another fellow MJ cover star), Usain Bolt, Brooks Koepka, and Kerri Walsh Jennings as he gets into shape.
COVER STORY: Jimmy Fallon's Rules for Success
Doritos – The Cool Ranch feat. Lil Nas X and Sam Elliott
Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes and a Historic Stay-at-Home Super Bowl
Tom Brady, left, faces Patrick Mahomes in Super Bowl LV.
I guess it makes sense, amid an unprecedented, upturned, stay-at-home year, that we get this: Tom Brady, logging in for a work-from-home Super Bowl.
To be clear: SB LV will not literally be WFH. Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not send a link to play the Kansas City Chiefs via Zoom, or Google Hangouts, on Sunday, Feb. 7.
Still, what’s going to happen hasn’t ever happened: a Super Bowl participant (Tampa Bay) playing in its comfy home coliseum (Raymond James Stadium).
Brady can wake in his own bed, in his own plush jammies, wander out to the kitchen, pour himself a delicious 24 oz. of water, eat two raw almonds, stare out at that orange and cerulean Gulf Coast sky, and know he can park in his own parking space, and get dressed at his own locker.
As middle-aged conveniences go, it’s pretty dreamy.
And yet what’s coming for the Bucs is a handful: the Chiefs, defending Super Bowl champions, looking very much like themselves again after a 38-24 thumping of Buffalo in the AFC title game. Patrick Mahomes, lost to concussion protocol the prior week, threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns, returning to resemble the agile wonder who makes the Chiefs the most potent team in the sport.
The Chiefs appear to be the Chiefs, all over their opponents in a hurry. Mahomes is cooking, head coach Andy Reid seems to have settled on a sideline face mask, and a buoyant fan base is eager to hastily add a third Super Bowl title after waiting 50 years to execute the second. The Chiefs beat the Bucs 27-24 in the regular season, and the oddsmakers think they’ve got enough: despite Tampa Bay’s home-field advantage, Kansas City is installed as three-point favorites.
On the other side will be Brady, here again, at 43, for the 10th time in his career. Chew on that fact for a second, because it, too, is remarkable, as Brady’s gotten here not with his New England friends, but an entirely new outfit. It still feels strange watching him out there, in Buc red and pewter. For Patriots fans, home in the cold after a 7-9 campaign, it’s like seeing Dad go camping with a new family: It’s nice that he’s doing fun things, but couldn’t we all go?
Brady’s arrival at LV will fan that futile debate over who’s more responsible for the New England dynasty, him or Bill Belichick. I’m not sure the query is fair, Brady and the Grumpy Lobster Boat Captain both seemed essential, but I’ll say this: Brady knows how to elope. He swapped mittens for shorts, got a flurry of new weapons, and head coach Bruce Arians keeps it loose, a vibe unknown in New England. Tampa Bay even coaxed Rob Gronkowski out of retirement, to block, catch and serve as Brady’s lovable attaché.
Still, it was a gamble. Sports legend/new town epilogues can become an exceptionally bad idea. This could have been Brady’s sad, South Florida denouement—now it’s looking like a career revival. To be fair, it didn’t always work during the regular season, as Brady struggled to connect. In November, he threw three interceptions in a brutal 38-3 loss to New Orleans on national television, and the buzzards buzzed in: Brady’s not the same, he looks timid, they’re not on the same page, it might end poorly.
And yet here’s a truth about Brady: he feasts on that sort of skepticism, even now. Here’s a man with six Super Bowl rings, still fueled by the six college quarterbacks taken before him in the 2000 NFL draft. This Tampa Bay title run was anything but assured the Bucs had not triumphed in a playoff game since 2003. A wild-card playoff team, they needed three straight road wins to get this cushy home date, and none came easy, including Sunday’s NFC championship conquering of Green Bay at Lambeau.
Brady has had his struggles along the way. He threw three interceptions to go with his three TD passes versus the Packers, and the Packers gifted the Buccaneers with a sideline howler, when, facing fourth down, behind eight points with just over two minutes left, Packers coach Matt LaFleur decided to kick a field goal instead of going for a game-tying touchdown and 2-point conversion.
And yet Brady was enough of himself to close it out when it mattered. It means something, in those final minutes, to have a player who’s been there, frequently, and isn’t undone by the moment. Arians spoke after the game about how the quarterback’s arrival had transformed the club into believers.
“It only took one man,” he said.
And now the biggest game, at home. What a sports run for Tampa: the NHL Lightning are Stanley Cup champs the baseball Rays got to the World Series now the Bucs get an in-town Super Bowl. It won’t be the usual drill—the NFL’s planning a reduced crowd the Chiefs aren’t even allowed to show up until two days before—but it’s historic. The closest anyone has ever gotten was the Rams, L.A. Coliseum habitues who played a Rose Bowl Super Bowl in 1980, or Super Bowl XIX, in 1985, when San Francisco beat Miami at Stanford Stadium—30 miles down the road from Candlestick, and 15 from San Mateo, where a Niners superfan named Tommy Brady was 7 years old.
For the NFL, Brady vs. Mahomes is an intoxicating matchup: a genuine legend, still at it, versus the most thrilling player in the game, the Super Bowl MVP last February in Miami, only 25. Is Tampa Bay a mere a speed bump as Mahomes and the Chiefs build their own 21st century dynasty? Or can Tom Brady convert home field into an extraordinary seventh ring? Play a Super Bowl and run a few errands on the drive back? Tom Brady really is living the dream.
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Appeared in the January 26, 2021, print edition as 'Brady, Mahomes and a Work-From-Home Super Bowl.'