Wade Phillips, defensive coordinator for the the Denver Broncos, arrives before the NFL Super Bowl 50 football game against the Carolina Panthers, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, Calif. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
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The architect of Denver's upset Super Bowl 50 win was basking in the glow of victory Sunday, a year after being without a job in the National Football League.Denver's defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is credited with constructing the unit which has become the meanest defense in the NFL.Phillips, whose career also includes stints as head coach with the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills joined Denver in January 2015 being jobless for the 2014 campaign.Since then he has transformed the Broncos into the best defense in the NFL, with Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware the standouts.Miller twice stripped Carolina Panthers star Cam Newton to help set up Denver's two touchdowns.
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