Newton walks off the field after losing the Super Bowl 50 against the Broncos at Levi’s Stadium.
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After basking in the spotlight of a career season, the Carolina Panthers and quarterback Cam Newton fell flat under the glare of the world's biggest stage.The charismatic leader whose 35 touchdown season lead the team to a 15-1 regular season record and earned him title of league MVP was nowhere to be found.And while Newton was responsible for three of the team's four turnovers, including a critical fumble with 4:04 left in the game on the Carolina nine-yard line, teammates were quick to call the loss a team effort.Panthers' coach Ron Rivera said Newton played "pretty well" but pointed to the turnovers as the most significant factor in the loss.
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