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Super Bowl 50

Sun, Feb 7, 2016

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Denver Broncos

Stadium: Sports Authority Field | Coach: Gary Kubiak
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense16th107.4 (17th)248.1 (14th)
Defense1st83.6 (3rd)199.6 (1st)

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Sun, February 7
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Carolina Panthers
Denver Broncos

Game Leaders

Passing: C. Newton (18-41, 265)
Rushing: C. Newton (6-45)
Receiving: C. Brown (4-80)

Passing: P. Manning (13-23, 141)
Rushing: C. Anderson (23-90)
Receiving: E. Sanders (6-83)


Sun Sep 13
W 19 - 13BAL
Thu Sep 17
W 31 - 24at KC
Sun Sep 27
W 24 - 12at DET
Sun Oct 4
W 23 - 20MIN
Sun Oct 11
W 16 - 10at OAK
Sun Oct 18
W 26 - 23at CLE
Sun Nov 1
W 29 - 10GB
Sun Nov 8
L 27 - 24at IND
Sun Nov 15
L 29 - 13KC
Sun Nov 22
W 17 - 15at CHI
Sun Nov 29
W 30 - 24NE
Sun Dec 6
W 17 - 3at SD
Sun Dec 13
L 15 - 12OAK
Sun Dec 20
L 34 - 27at PIT
Mon Dec 28
W 20 - 17CIN
Sun Jan 3
W 27 - 20SD
Sun Jan 17
W 23 - 16PIT
Sun Jan 24
W 20 - 18NE
Sun Feb 7
W 24 - 10CAR


Kansas City11-5-05-1-0
San Diego4-12-00-6-0
Broncos' Von Miller: Secures Super Bowl MVP with 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Miller totaled six tackles (five solo), 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and a pass defensed in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl victory over the Panthers.

The five-year veteran's dominant afternoon rightfully secured him MVP honors, making him only the 10th defensive player to receive the award, and third linebacker overall. Miller's two strip-sacks of Cam Newton provided immeasurable benefit to a Broncos offense that would have otherwise been hard-pressed to piece together multiple lengthy drives. Miller's first knockdown of Newton directly led to Malik Jackson's fumble recovery for a touchdown and gave Denver a first quarter 10-0 lead, while his fourth-quarter sack set up the Broncos' offense at the Panthers' five-yard line following T.J. Ward's recovery of the fumble that Miller's hit triggered. The All-Pro linebacker also successfully defensed a pass, and was a formidable nuisance to an overmatched Panthers line throughout the game. With unrestricted free agency on the horizon and one final and momentous piece of leverage under his belt, Miller is set for a considerable payday under a new multi-year agreement or, at the very least, through the franchise tag that the Broncos have already indicated they'll utilize to retain him in a worst-case scenario.

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Broncos' Owen Daniels: Totals 18 yards receiving in Super Bowl victory
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Daniels secured one of two targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl victory over the Panthers.

The veteran tight end notably came up with an impressive 18-yard reception on the game's first play before essentially becoming a non-factor the rest of the way. The 33-year-old put together a solid season in his first Denver campaign, especially considering that he played with a physically compromised Peyton Manning and inexperienced Brock Osweiler. Daniels came close to duplicating the 2014 numbers he'd put up in his lone season in Baltimore, tallying 46 catches for 517 yards and three touchdowns. Under the Broncos' control for two more seasons, Daniels will likely be brought back in 2016 as an effective veteran insurance policy at tight end.

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Broncos' Demaryius Thomas: Totals eight yards receiving in Super Bowl victory
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Demaryius Thomas secured one of six targets for eight yards in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl victory over the Panthers.

The 28-year-old barely made his presence felt on the season's biggest stage, suffering a decrease in receptions for the third straight postseason game. Thomas' tough afternoon was a combination of the Josh Norman's tight coverage in the secondary and a lack of time for Peyton Manning on several occasions. He also took a hard hit from Luke Kuechly in the first quarter that may have had a lingering effect on the receiver the rest of the game. Thomas was able to draw a key fourth quarter third-down pass interference penalty in the end zone on Norman that gave Denver new life, and eventually led to C.J. Anderson's decisive one-yard touchdown. The six-year veteran will head into the offseason with more questions than usual following a pedestrian second half of the 2015 campaign, but still figures to slot in as Denver's No. 1 receiver to start the 2016 season.

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Broncos' Emmanuel Sanders: Totals 83 yards receiving in Super Bowl victory
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Emmanuel Sanders secured six of eight targets for 83 yards in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl victory over the Panthers.

The 28-year-old led Denver in targets and receptions, taking advantage of the fact that Josh Norman's attention was focused primarily on Demaryius Thomas. Sanders made several key receptions throughout the game, and was the Denver's leading receiver in the postseason with 16 receptions on 24 targets for 230 yards. With Thomas struggling late in the regular season and postseason, Sanders was arguably the more effective of the two over the second half of the 2015 campaign. Coming off a second consecutive 1,000-yard season, he figures to once again serve as a centerpiece of Denver's offensive attack next season.

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Broncos' C.J. Anderson: Posts 100 yards of total offense, touchdown in Super Bowl victory
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

C.J. Anderson gained 90 yards on 23 carries and scored a rushing touchdown, while also securing four of four targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl victory over the Panthers.

The third-year pro was named the starter heading into the game and was the clear-cut workhorse on the day, earning 90 tough yards against a talented Panthers front seven. The 23 carries were by far a season high for Anderson, who tallied 234 yards over three postseason games. He ripped off his game-long 34-yard run in the second quarter on the second play following a Mike Tolbert fumble, and impressively muscled his way into the end zone late in the fourth quarter for the deciding touchdown following Von Miller's strip sack of Cam Newton. Anderson was once again productive in 2015 as part of a timeshare in the Denver backfield, and likely goes into the offseason set to compete with Ronnie Hillman for starting duties in 2016.

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