Some people go to Disney World after a big Super Bowl win. More of us head to the bedroom, at least according to the NFL. Though it doesn't point to specific data, the NFL says winning Super Bowl cities see a baby boom about nine months after the big game. It spun that idea into a "Super Bowl Babies Choir" commercial that will run at the end of the third quarter in Sunday's Panthers vs. Broncos matchup. The already released spot breaks the mold, in ESPN's view, in that it's actually "memorable": It features groups of kids and adults—whose sheer existence is potentially attributable to their parents' city's win—singing a football-themed take on Seal's "Kiss From a Rose."
Fox59 notes adults who came into this world after the Packers' 1967 win are included, as are Super Bowl babies who owe a little something to the Steelers (1976), 49ers (1989), Cowboys (1993/1994), Buccaneers (2003), Colts (2007), Giants (2012), and Seahawks (2014). That final group tugged on America's heartstrings, per CNN: "The combination of the adorable 2014 Super Bowl babies and cute lyrics left viewers praising the commercial," which also stars Seal himself. (Read more Super Bowl ads stories.)