In recent years, Super Bowl commercials have become increasingly sexual and/or violent. Following a year when the league was plagued by scandals related to domestic abuse and concussions, you can expect a course reversal. From Fortune: Expect lots of puppies, little cleavage in Super Bowl ads. (There will, however, be plenty of deflated balls jokes on Twitter.)

+ Digg’s guide on how to be the smartest person at your Super Bowl party.

+ “He focuses on a different body part each workout, doing four sets of four exercises and performing between 10 to 12 repetitions of each.” Is he a defensive lineman chasing the quarterback? Nope. He’s a cameraman chasing the quarterback.

+ Bloomberg’s Venessa Wong argues that there’s no such thing as Nacho Cheese. (You’ve got all day Sunday to prove her wrong.)