This is the time of year when fans of the 30 teams that did not make it into the Super Bowl look for reasons to watch the big game. Some of those fans will be rooting against their rival, cheering for a hometown prodigy, or, like most of us, waiting to watch the commercials.
Super Bowl commercials have become part of the game. They cost of one Super Bowl ad can range from $2-3 million dollars for a 30-second spot. That is just a small price to pay for the 100 million viewers that will watch the ad on Super Bowl Sunday.
But what about the ads that get banned?
Is there a place where we can go to look at those ads deemed too sexy even for television?
Well my friends, you are in luck because I have compiled a list of the 15 sexiest banned Super Bowl ads of all time.