By Dorrine Mendoza and Saeed Ahmed
(CNN) — Super Bowl? More like Super Bust!
The team that set a record for most points in the NFL this season almost set another Sunday night: team to score zero points in a Super Bowl. Fortunately, the Denver Broncos managed eight measly points late in the game to avoid that ignominy.
Still, the Seattle Seahawks delivered a brutal crushing. A 43-8 crushing.
But the Super Bowl stopped being about just the game a long time ago. It’s about the ads, the halftime show, the social media reaction.
Here are our 10 favorite social media moments from Sunday night.
1. The heartbreak
No matter how much joy you took in the Seahawks’ carnage, this photo of a young Broncos fan crying at his team’s loss is pretty gloat-sapping.
2. The fur coat
“Broadway Joe” stepped on to the midfield for a coin toss (that he botched), he sent Twitter into a tizzy with his mammoth fur coat.
3. The big winner
The ads were great. We especially liked the Clydesdale horse and the shelter puppy. But Radio Shack’s back to the 80s spot was a big winner with viewers.
4. The charmer
Bruno Mars charmed just about everyone. The Red Hot Chili Peppers? Not so much.
5. The apology
Yikes. Several of JC Penney’s tweets during the game had people scratching their heads. They later posted an apology for the misspellings, saying they were “tweeting with mittens.”
6. The tweet
People love Hillary. This tweet from the former secretary of state and former first lady — a sly dig at Fox — was retweeted more than 20,000 times.
7. The cellphones
You pay thousands of dollars for prime seats to the game. Then you spend the entire time staring at it through your smartphone screen. Sigh.
8. The oops!
CBS accidentally aired their wi-fi access password. Props for using both numbers and uppercase letters.
9. The channel changers
The one-sided game was so one-sided that even guys were like, “I’d rather watch Downton Abbey.”
10. And of course, the pillorying
The beating the Broncos took on the field was nothing like the ones they took on Twitter.
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