Super Bowl Sunday is upon us. A glorious day of chicken wings, barley pops and various football shaped delicacies, the likes of which you haven’t enjoyed in at least 2 entire weeks since the last football game you watched. As you can tell by the shared and “leaked” videos on Facebook and Twitter, apparently companies advertise in this game. Last year’s game was watched by an estimated 108.4 million people (that’s 216.8 million eyeballs and earballs if you’re keeping score at home)(I’m kind of good at math…). What’s grown to be a big, maybe bigger, anticipation of the world championship of American football are these said ads. So between watching the league’s #1 defense, the aptly named “Legion of Boom”, or Richard Sherman and 10 other dudes, in the Seattle Seahawks taking on the most prolific offense since pigs grew skin in Peyton "I like this tapenade" Manning’s Denver Broncos, you’ll need to incorporate some strategery, or at the very least “respect the pause” to catch the next installment of what promises to be a range of mediocre to pretty good commercials. (Well, I either went “Beast Mode” or that was a run on sentence, either way I’m eating some skittles). Your saving grace to see all of the action as it happens, on and off the field, will be if you can wait to wade through your pile of Miller Lite throwback cans until the halftime show starts (can we get the Super Dome electricians to set up Bruno Mars’ equipment?). As long as you make it back for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Flea isn’t naked, that would be what Chuck Sheen refers to as “winning”.