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Broncos get ball on wild play

Cam Newton's pass went through Ted Ginn's hands and landed right in the hands of Broncos safety T.J. Ward -- who promptly fumbled on the return. Linebacker Danny Trevathan fell on it to secure Denver's third takeaway of Super Bowl 50. Follow live

Heather Burns 

Peyton Manning has won only five games in his career without an offensive TD including playoffs.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Remember when Panthers wide receiver Philly Brown dropped everything during the preseason? Wow.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Keeping it Cali? A HUGE beach ball - with a camera in it - being bounced around west side seats.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Peyton Manning attacked Panthers cornerback Robert McClain for a couple of big plays that set up the field goal. But Manning and Broncos continues to struggle on third down. They are 1-for-9. Panthers aren't much better at 3-for-10.

Heather Burns 

Brandon McManus is now 10-for-10 on field goals this playoffs, most without a miss in a single postseason in NFL history.

Broncos extend lead to 16-7

Brandon McManus did what Graham Gano could not, connecting on a field goal to give the Broncos a 9-point lead midway through the third quarter of Super Bowl 50. McManus is 3-for-3 on field goals today, all from inside 35 yards. Follow live

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Almost halfway through third quarter and Demaryius Thomas still has just one catch for 8 yards.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Broncos fans rejoice...teams leading by at least six points at halftime are 30-3 in Super Bowl history. The last team to overcome such a deficit? The Cowboys in 1994, who trailed the Bills, 13-6, at intermission but won, 30-13.

Behind the scenes of Super Bowl 50

Super Bowl 50 is seen by hundreds of millions of people worldwide, but only a select few get a view from the inside. See the photos

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Super Bowl halftime finishes with flourish

Coldplay was the actual headliner for the Super Bowl halftime show, but Beyonce and Bruno Mars ending up stealing the spotlight. Special guests lead way



"You gotta make those. That field goal miss is a momentum killer. That's a lost possession for Carolina." - Herm Edwards on #SB50

Graham Gano is no good on field goal

The Panthers kicker had been a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals this postseason, but kicked his 44-yard attempt off the right upright, leaving the Panthers trailing the Broncos 13-7 early in the third quarter of Super Bowl 50. Follow live


Heather Burns 

The Broncos had four sacks in the first half. That ties for the most first-half sacks in Super Bowl history with the Broncos, who had four sacks in the first half of Super Bowl XII vs Cowboys.

Heather Burns 

In six quarters of Super Bowl play, Carolina has led for all of 4:02 of game clock. That stretch came in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XXXVIII, in which they briefly led New England, 22-21, only to lose 32-29.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Cam Newton stood tall in the pocket to throw that rocket to Ted Ginn Jr. The kind of play those two have made all season.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Termino el show de medio tiempo con Coldplay, del que esperaba más pero al menos fue colorido. A minutos de comenzar al menos los últimos 30 minutos de temporada 2015. Por lo pronto los Broncos aventajan 13-7 a los Panthers

Rich Cimini @RichCimini

In his last 8 quarters, Demaryius Thomas has just 4 receptions for 24 yards. He has 2 drops during that span (both today). #SB50