Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib was understandably fired up after winning Super Bowl 50. Talib skipped his way up to the NFL Network's set for a postgame interview, and ended up busting his butt after slipping.
Eli Manning was captured on video making an interesting face when the Denver Broncos cemented their Super Bowl 50 win. The Internet firmly believes Eli is upset that Peyton now has two rings just like he does, but this is simply an overreaction. Eli was clearly nervous throughout the game, and his odd facial expressions are more indicative of a sign of relief than anything else.
Relive all the incredible action from Super Bowl 50 with these video highlights.
— CBS 11 Sports (@CBS11Sports) February 8, 2016
Miller was all over the place tonight, and made Cam Newton's life miserable with plays like this late in the fourth quarter.
Kony Ealy is having quite a game for the Carolina Panthers. After stripping Peyton Manning on this play, he now has three sacks, an interception and one forced fumble.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 8, 2016
Denver's T.J. Ward made an excellent play by intercepting Cam Newton, but he tried to do too much after the pick, and subsequently fumbled the ball. However, the Broncos recovered, and it turned out to be a huge play after all.
— Placar USA Sports (@PlacarUSASports) February 8, 2016
The second half couldn't have started worse for the Carolina Panthers. Despite moving the ball well and getting into field goal range, kicker Graham Gano hit the upright with his 44-yard attempt.
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.