There were quite a few that played on our sentiment, from Budweiser's "Brotherhood" to Jeep's Oprah-narrated "America Will Be Whole Again" to Dodge's ode, "Farmer."
Then there was the racy GoDaddy ad that made us want to cry, burn our eyes out and have the Men in Black wipe out our memories.
In it, model Bar Refaeli shares a long kiss with a red-cheeked "nerd" that prompted its own hashtag: #NoDaddy.
"Oh my gosh those kissing noises," tweeted Chicago college student Grace Barnes.
A no-call to rue
Niners fans will tell you they were robbed of a possible win when referees failed to call a penalty.
In the final quarter, San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick attempted a pass to the Niners' Michael Crabtree in the end zone.
What happened next depends on who's doing the talking.
Niners' fans will say Smith deliberately interfered with Crabtree, making it impossible to catch the ball.
Ravens' fans will say it doesn't matter, the ball was too high for Crabtree to catch.
Niners' fans will say a penalty call should have given the team a first down and a great chance to take the lead with less than two minutes left in the game.
Ravens' fans will say the ball was uncatchable -- that it sailed way over Crabtree's head.
But if you ask New England wide receiver Donte Stallworth, there should have been a penalty flag, even if the ball seemed like it was too high to catch.
"For all y'all saying that ball was uncatchable for Crabtree in the endzone... DUH!! Because dude held thee sh*t outta him..." he tweeted.
Crabtree told Yahoo Sports it was "a missed call."
"I don't want to talk about it," he said. "I don't want to think about it."
That's OK, the 49ers fans will likely do it for him.