The New England Patriots' big win Sunday over the Los Angeles Rams earned them their sixth Super Bowl victory.
But the Super Bowl, of course, is often much more than a football game — it's a cultural moment. From wardrobe malfunctions, to the television ads, to the halftime show, it can offer a powerful platform to make a statement.
But if there was any statement last night — from the music to the ads to the tributes — it might have been "playing it safe." Maybe that's not surprising, given the controversies facing the NFL — from national anthem protests, to concussions, to domestic violence. Is the Super Bowl losing its touch, or just losing touch altogether?
This segment aired on February 4, 2019.