The Denver Broncos upset the Carolina Panthers in a spectacular Super Bowl 50. The Panthers had a very good chance of winning this game, and the Broncos had a smaller chance, which was due to NFL MVP QB Cam Newton on the Panthers, who is big, fast, and has a great arm. But people didn't take into account how amazing the Denver defense was. And, on almost all occasions, great defense beats great offense. The Broncos received the kick and settled for a field goal, and then both teams were forced to punt. The Panthers got the ball for the second time, this time inside their own 20. on the third play of the drive, Broncos' defensive end Malik Jackson recovered a ball striped from Cam Newton and returned it for a touchdown. After 2 more punts, the Panthers broke through in the second for a touchdown. The Broncos were able to get a field goal, but the game stayed the same up until the half, 13-7. Both teams scored a field goal in the second half, but to finish it off, the Broncos scored a with three minutes to go, also converting a two-point conversion to go up by 14. The Panthers punted, and then, before you knew it, it was probably the last time Peyton manning stepped on the field. The Broncos punted, and then the game ended, Broncos champions.
Super Bowl MVP: Denver Oustide Linebacker (OLB) Von Miller
Fact: Peyton manning broke the record of 199 wins set by Brett Favre with a 200th win in the Super Bowl.
Kiran Pathy, Writer of The Sportier Blog and The Sportier