Beyond the game and the clunker of a halftime show, there was far greater drama in the suspicious vandalism of a mural of Colin Kaepernick which was located in the shadow of Atlanta's Super Bowl stadium.
"I took care of that", Trump said.
On game day, Rihanna posted this portrait of Colin Kaepernick, who has faced major pushback from NFL owners over his protests during the national anthem. Unfortunately, the star opted out in order to stand behind Kaepernick.
Kaepernick courted controversy in 2016 when he refused to stand during the pre-game U.S. national anthem, choosing to kneel instead in protest police brutality, including the killings of unarmed African Americans.
Last year, DuVernay shared a similar message in support of Kaepernick, 31, ahead of the big game.
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While the early metrics project a drop in total TV viewers below 100m for the first time since 2009, the overall number of people watching the game will no doubt be augmented when the streaming numbers are accounted for.
"As we approach our centennial season, we're not just embracing football's rich heritage, but also looking toward the next 100 years", said NFL EVP and chief marketing officer Tim Ellis.
In addition to some backstage footage of Steelers legend Franco Harris, we get to hear some dialogue from Giants quarterback Eli Manning, 49ers legends Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, and Deion Sanders.
Author, Charles Blow wrote: "I used to have a small Superbowl party every year, if only for my kids".
Cardi B added: "When they see [how] the choices they made due to racism has affected the country, that's when things are going to start changing".