If this is Peyton Manning’s final game he’ll ride off into the sunset on top. The Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 24-10 on Sunday behind their incredible defense especially the pass rush from linebackers Von Miller (who made two big plays) and DeMarcus Ware. Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers’ offense looked stunned unable to create much of anything under constant pressure. Lets take a look at the best highlights from the big game. Cam Newton got an early taste of what Tom Brady felt in the AFC Championship Game two weeks ago.
Tom Brady was shown no love during the Super Bowl MVP ceremony prior to the kickoff of Super Bowl 50. The New England Patriots quarterback whose won three MVPs in the big game was booed heavily when he was introduced as part of the Super Bowl 50 pregame ceremony honoring past Super Bowl MVPs. Most players were applauded as they were introduced to the 70000 fans but not Brady he wasn't given a very warm welcome from the pro-Broncos crowd.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has been oddly criticized a lot lately, and these recent claims that he's selfish take it to a much more ridiculous level.
Free agent wideout Travis Benjamin says he expects to be back with the Browns next year, and the team better make sure this happens.
The Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl Peyton can ride off into the sunset Cam Newton is still not talking and Josh Norman is still crying. Now that all the dust has settled from Super Bowl 50 we run down the our favorite commercials from the big game.
The Philadelphia Eagles elected to release wideout Riley Cooper today, and here are some teams that may capitalize on their decision.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning gave Budweiser a huge freebie last night.
The Denver Broncos were deservedly fired up after winning Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night. Apparently, a number of Broncos went to the club after the game, and 68-year-old defensive coordinator Wade Phillips tagged along. Phillips had a great time hitting the dab and rocking that ice according to this video.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton couldn't stand to listen to Denver Broncos corner Chris Harris Jr. brag any longer.
Super Bowl 50 is now in the rear-view mirror, so it's time to look ahead to Super Bowl LI.