Super Bowl 50

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Pete
Prisco
Senior NFL Columnist
Pete Prisco is CBSSports.com's senior NFL columnist. Get the latest football stories from Pete Prisco and CBSSports.com
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Is this it for Peyton Manning, win or lose? How will Cam Newton handle the hype of his first Super Bowl? Can Carolina handle Von Miller and Denver's top-ranked defense?
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Can the Broncos completely stop Cam Newton and the Panthers offense? No, but Denver's top-ranked defense can force Newton into making mistakes and gain a big edge in Super Bowl 50. Here's how.
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Get to know Kawann Short, Malik Jackson and Derek Wolfe. They're three down-and-dirty defensive linemen who'll likely have a big say as to how Super Bowl 50 unfolds.
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Josh Norman is cocky, brash and a hell of an instinctive player. But a true lockdown corner? Not yet, especially given Carolina's preference for zone schemes.
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Man coverage of zone? Just watch Josh Norman's hands pre-snap. The Panthers corner has a tell that Peyton Manning and the Broncos WRs will exploit.
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The Panthers are the favorite in Super Bowl 50, but the Broncos' top-ranked defense will deny Cam Newton to deliver Peyton Manning his second Lombardi Trophy.
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The best player in Super Bowl 50? His first name has three letters, but he plays LB for the Broncos, not QB for the Panthers.
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After besting Tom Brady again in the AFC Championship, Peyton Manning is just one more win away from being back in the conversation for best-ever.
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The Broncos and Panthers have punched their tickets to Santa Clara and will meet in Super Bowl 50. Here's an early look at the matchup.
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A second-year expansion team getting a game from the Super Bowl? Hollywood couldn't write a better script. The inside story of how the rag-tag Jags shocked the NFL.

Pete Prisco has covered the NFL for three decades, including working as a beat reporter in Jacksonville for the Jaguars. He hosted his own radio show for seven years, and is the self-anointed star of CBS Sports' show, Eye on Football. When he's not watching game tape, you can find Pete on Twitter or dreaming of an Arizona State national title in football.
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