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  • Super Bowl 50

    Live HD Stream on YouTube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06jDipwy5V8


  • #2
    The Broncos D was really, really impressive. I'll admit I didn't give them much of a chance, especially with 39 y/o Peyton Manning who seems to throw as many interceptions as touchdowns these days. I'm not one for putting the blame on one individual, but Cam Newton definitely collapsed under pressure. Their offense just looked ... dead. It reminded me of Ottawa's in the Grey Cup (excluding the first few minutes). Ball security was also a difference. The Panthers gave the Broncos 14 free points off of turnovers, and that was the difference.

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    • #3
      What the hell was going through Cam Newton's mind??

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      • #4
        I don't think he's ever seen a defense that good. Throughout most of the game, the running game was going nowhere. The pass coverage was great, and he was only given 2-3 seconds to make a play. However, I've never seen him so careless with the ball and making such poor decisions (such as the pull back on the fumble).

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        • #5
          That moment when he pulled out of diving on the ball...that's the sort of thing that will haunt a guy for years to come.

          Denver's game plan was perfect for the team they have. I'm not sure if Manning even had to make a throw after about halfway through the 3rd?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Matt the Aussie View Post
            Denver's game plan was perfect for the team they have. I'm not sure if Manning even had to make a throw after about halfway through the 3rd?
            Hahaha now I want to see every NFL team prioritize defence until we get to a point of low-scoring football games prompting cries of "pandemic!" like we're seeing in the NHL and MLB.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Matt the Aussie View Post
              That moment when he pulled out of diving on the ball...that's the sort of thing that will haunt a guy for years to come.
              I think it's certainly been misused in the media, though. I didn't see it as a lazy or soft play from Cam Newton, I saw it as misjudging the situation.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Alfie11 View Post

                I think it's certainly been misused in the media, though. I didn't see it as a lazy or soft play from Cam Newton, I saw it as misjudging the situation.
                Oh most definitely - it's precisely because he's not soft or lazy that this will keep him up at night.

                The cliché is that you have to lose to know how to win. Cam Newton has quite a few years left in his career and I'm sure we'll see him back in the Superbowl soon.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Matt the Aussie View Post
                  The cliché is that you have to lose to know how to win. Cam Newton has quite a few years left in his career and I'm sure we'll see him back in the Superbowl soon.
                  Look no further than the Broncos who got destroyed two years ago, addressed their weaknesses, and lo and behold they are champions.

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                  • #10
                    The crazy thing is, because of California state taxes, Newton has to surrender 198% of his Super Bowl earnings. Thats not a typo.

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                    • #11
                      Wait, what? How does that make sense?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Matt the Aussie View Post
                        Wait, what? How does that make sense?
                        http://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbade.../#ba316f550a68

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