More than 100 million people are expected to have watched the Superbowl LII broadcast last night on NBC once the numbers are made official later today. 

That's more than 100 million eyeballs for advertisers to entice with their products. 

For the past 30 Super Bowls, USA Today has tracked audience sentiment through their Super Bowl Ad Meter. Here are the results for the best-received Super Bowl 52 ads, according to USA Today. 

Alexa Steals the Show

A cameo-filled commercial for Amazon's (AMZN) Echo home assistant was the top-rated advertisement. The commercial featured Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos along with a litany of celebrity guests.  

Odell and Eli Dirty Dancing

It's not often you see NFL players embracing the finer arts, and an NFL ad featuring New York Giants stars Odell Beckham Jr and Eli Manning recreating a famous scene from the Patrick Swayze film "Dirty Dancing" struck a chord with viewers, ranking second in USA Today's Ad Meter. 

 

Budweiser's Tear Jerker

Budweiser  (BUD) likes to switch it up for its Super Bowl commercials, often providing both funny and emotional commercials. The third-rated Super Bowl ad was the latter. 

Rapping Celebrities Were a Hit

What do Peter Dinklage, Morgan Freeman, Missy Elliot and Busta Rhymes have in common? There were all in this Mountain Dew/Doritos (PEP) commercial for some reason. 

Toyota Ditches Cars in Super Bowl Ad

A Toyota (TM) commercial that isn't about cars? This I gotta see.

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