Denver Broncos' Von Miller (58) strips the ball away from Carolina Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton (1) during the fourth quarter of the NFL's Super Bowl 50 football game in Santa Clara, California February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
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Denver linebacker Von Miller harassed Carolina quarterback Cam Newton from start to finish Sunday, forcing two fumbles, making 2-1/2 sacks and earning MVP honors in the Super Bowl.Miller created Denver's first touchdown by zooming past the right tackle and breaking in on Newton to rip the football away from the QB, who was honored as the regular-season MVP.With 4 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, Miller set up Denver's only offensive touchdown. Again, he got past the right tackle and reached out to grab Newton's right arm in the throwing motion to force a fumble.Thanks to Miller and Co., Peyton Manning did not need to do much with Denver's offense: The Broncos' 194 total yards were the fewest ever for a Super Bowl winner.
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