History is made @ #SB50
When the Carolina Panthers took the field for SuperBowl 50, it was the first time ever, ranked #1. The fact it was at Levis Stadium, probably meant it tasted a little sweeter.
While the media fixated on the oldest starting quarter-back in SuperBowl history, the Bronco’s 39 year old Peyton Manning’s arm strength and possible storybook career ending with a championship ring (which would also see him claim another record 200 games);
Sports lovers settled back from sponsor – led commentary to consider the stats and if a herd of (Denver) Broncos really is strong enough to defeat a pride of (Carolina) Panthers.
Out of context, this type of talk might get one investigated by animal services, in sportstalk – it’s the most logical question of the year.
Based on form, and the rise of the Panthers, you might be likely to give them a headstart, but this is Super Bowl and on game day anything can (and usually does) happen.
The Super Bowl pre game hype is all about the advertisers, and while the revealing of the Super Bowl ads are a huge part of game day, the focus turns to the form, fitness and delivery of the players and how they deal with the pressures on the SB50 field.
Well…at least until The Pepsi Halftime Show – featuring Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars begins.
The Mother of Little Monsters, Lady Gaga – was a walking tribute to the nations flag and the consummate professional artfully delivering a rousing rendition of Star Spangled Banner.
The accompanying fighter jet fly over reinforcing what we already know: there isn’t a bigger spectacle on the annual sporting calendar than the NFL’s SuperBowl.
Where even the players have to wait 10 minutes or so after running onto the field – while the coin toss is conducted with NFL legend Joe Montana doing the honours this year – for play to get underway.
But when the kick-off whistle finally blows and the bucking Broncos take an early lead with the meeting of the first and second picks of the 2011 NFL draft, Newton and Miller wrestling the ball loose for Johnson to head over the line (in his 70th career game) for his first career Touch Down- and the first of #SB50 in only the 7th minute of play…
SuperBowl 50 really is where history is being made…
The #PepsiHalfTimeShow featuring a Coldplay, Bruno Mars, Beyonce #MashUp was a true entertainment highlight that set the Twittersphere alight.
Full Time: Denver Broncos 24 def Carolina Panthers 10
#MPV @ #SB50 = Denver Broncos’ Von Miller #58
History is made:
Let the confetti fall!
Hey Denver, the #Broncos just won the Super Bowl!!! #SB50 pic.twitter.com/l74rZxgbJ6
— NFL (@NFL) February 8, 2016
- Von Miller, LB, #SB50 stats: Tackles 50, Sacks 2.5 Forced Fum 2]
- Denver Broncos quarter-back, #18 Peyton Manning earns 2nd SB victory in career
- Manning equals NFL’s 200 game record at SB50
- Manning’s SB50 stats: COMP 13 ATT 23 YDS 141 TB 0 INT 1
- Denver Broncos coach, Gary Kubiack is the first man in the history of SB to have played with the team he’s now coached to #SB50 victory.
- Coach Kubiack, joins D. McCafferty, G. Seifert and J.Gruden to be the 4th head coach to win a SuperBowl in his 1st year with the team.
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