Is this the end for Peyton Manning?

Peyton Manning after winning Super Bowl 50

How the Broncos defense won a title: ‘We took their heart’ – USA Today
The Carolina Panthers’ receivers had no chance against the Denver Broncos’ cornerbacks. Their tackles had no chance against the Broncos’ pass rushers.

The Broncos were certain of it before kickoff Sunday, leaving little doubt about how they intended to pull off a Super Bowl 50 stunner: Load the box to stop the run, man up on the back end and dare Cam Newton and the Panthers to beat them by throwing the ball.

Miller’s Time Gives Broncos, Manning One More Title – Mighty 1090
For what could be his final act, Peyton Manning ended up winning Super Bowl 50 as the QB of the most talented team he has ever been on. A lot of the credit for this run, and this win, should go to the Denver Broncos’ defensive line.

Cam Newton walks out of Super Bowl press conference after giving one-word answers – SB Nation
Before this season, Cam Newton was known as someone who couldn’t hide his disappointment or frustration after losses. We didn’t get to see how he’s progressed in that regard this year because the Panthers only lost one game before yesterday’s loss in Super Bowl 50. Once again, Newton showed that he’s unable to keep his emotions at bay.

Archie Manning talks about Peyton winning another Super Bowl: Archie Manning talked with the media after Super Bowl 50 about Peyton Manning’s second Super Bowl win, and whether or not it is time for Peyton to retire.

 

My View From Super Bowl 50 – The Players’ Tribune
NBA superstar Kevin Durant decided to go to the Super Bowl yesterday, but not as a fan. He wanted to try his hand at being an NFL photographer, and here are the pictures that he captured from the game (and the half time show).

Louis Vasquez, Emmanuel Sanders & Wade Phillips On Peyton & Super Bowl Win Over The Panthers – Mighty 1090 (video)
Louis Vasquez and Emmanuel Sanders discuss the Broncos’ Super Bowl win and playing with Peyton Manning; Wade Phillips talks about winning his first ring and the team’s defensive effort.

3 thoughts: SDSU 78, New Mexico 71 – San Diego Union-Tribune
The SDSU Aztecs were the on the lucky side of a blown call late in the game on Saturday that led to overtime and, eventually, an 11th consecutive victory for Steve Fisher’s team.

Don Coryell misses cut, deserves spot in Hall of Fame – ESPN
Another year passed with former San Diego Chargers coach Don Coryell not receiving enough votes for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

And that’s disappointing for ex-Chargers quarterback Dan Fouts, who said he would not be in the Hall of Fame without the contributions of his head coach.

Fernando Rodney left a Caribbean Series game with leg tightness – NBC Sports
New Padres reliever Fernando Rodney was taken out of a Caribbean Series game on Thursday due to tightness in his leg. It’s unfortunate timing, as the club’s one-year, $1.6 million contract with the right-hander was also finalized on Thursday.

Gulls Soar Past Admirals, 4-1 – SanDiegoGulls.com
The San Diego Gulls scored three goals in a 2:35 stretch of the second period, building a 3-0 lead before holding on for a 4-1 victory over the Milwaukee Admirals in front of 8,560 fans at Valley View Casino Center. Kyle Bonis netted a pair for San Diego (21-18-1-1) while Kyle McKinnon added his first goal of the year and an assist.

Marshawn Lynch retired during the Super Bowl in the most perfect way possible – SB Nation
Just like that, one of the most unique players to ever put on an NFL uniform walked away from the game of football with a tweet that most of the world missed.

 

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