It's not a Peyton Manning Super Bowl without a bad interceptionpic.twitter.com/FXYZfjrq3b
— NFL Retweet (@NFLRT) February 8, 2016
For whatever reason, Peyton Manning can't avoid making boneheaded throws in big games. Carolina Panthers DE Kony Ealy was there to capitalize when it happened late in the second half of Super Bowl 50.
— History of the NFL (@TheNFLHistory) February 8, 2016
There has never been a punt return for a touchdown in any Super Bowl, and Denver's Jordan Norwood tried to change that with this epic 61-yard run. He didn't hit paydirt, but did set the record for the longest punt return in Super Bowl history.
Jonathan Stewart leaps in for the touchdown. pic.twitter.com/qTee4InRaY
— ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD_) February 8, 2016
If Jonathan Stewart's touchdown wasn't epic enough, he busted out the awesome 'Grease' dance move shortly afterward.
— uSTADIUM (@uSTADIUM) February 8, 2016
Von Miller is a beast, and the Carolina Panthers have no answer for him early on in Super Bowl 50. Miller destroyed Cam Newton on this play, and Malik Jackson recovered for a big touchdown.
Andre Caldwell first down catch and dab. pic.twitter.com/zBPtan1gPP
— ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD_) February 7, 2016
You just knew someone on the Denver Broncos was going to dab at some point during the Super Bowl. Andre Caldwell dropped the first of what will likely be many dabs this evening.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was announced as the NFL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year on Saturday night.
Von Miller, Josh Norman and Marshawn Lynch made an appearance together on the Conan O'Brien show this week, and it was nothing short of glorious. The fellas played video games, drank what appeared to be adult beverages, and had an overall swell time hamming it up in honor of the Super Bowl.
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) February 4, 2016
During a recent appearance on ' The Rich Eisen Show', former Chicago Bears and current New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall was asked about his relationship with his old quarterback, Jay Cutler. Marshall, who has zero chill, replied that he had not spoken to Cutler in "two years." Naturally, Eisen was shocked and mentioned that they were teammates just a season ago. Marshall essentially confirmed that they were not talking off the field during his last year in Chicago, but ultimately wished Cutler well.
Among the many extensions the Philadelphia Eagles are currently working out, they absolutely have to figure out how to lock Malcolm Jenkins up.
Although we can't place the entire blame on Roger Goodell in this situation, thanks Robin Roberts, it doesn't change the fact that the Dab is no longer cool. When the most hated person in the NFL does a terrible attempt at one of the most iconic dances, it kills it forever.