Super BowlOver the Super Bowl, as usual, there were a skew of ads and commercials that air during the game.  Out of all the ads shown, it looks like the big winner was the Doritos “Ultrasound” ad, which generated 893,465 shares.

After Dorito’s ad, the extended version of T-Mobile’s “Restricted Bling” came in second with 346,854 shares, which is less than half of what the Doritos’ ad shares pulled in.

Unruly, a video metrics firm ranked the top ten Super Bowl 50 ads based on the number o shares they received from Facebook and the blogosphere.  The ads shown during this years game didn’t perform nearly as well as last year’s ads, generating 2,889,156 total shares.  This is a 36 percent drop compared to the 4,485,297 shares won by last years Super Bowl commercials.

Here is the list of the top 10 most shared Super Bowl 50 Ads.

1. Doritos “Ultrasound”

2. T-Mobile “Restricted Bling” (Extended cut)

3. Budweiser’s “Give A Damn”

4. Pokémon’s “#Pokemon20”

5. Heinz’s “Wiener Stampede” (Extended cut)

6. Hyundai’s “First Date”

7. Mountain Dew’s “PuppyMonkeyBaby”

8. T-Mobile’s “Restricted Bling” (30-second spot)

9. T-Mobile’s “Drop the Balls”

10. Heinz’s “Wiener Stampede” (30-second spot)

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