The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers meet Monday morning the 8th of February in Santa Clara, California, for the NFL’s ultimate prize Super Bowl 50, and you can enjoy all the action with a no lock-in Free Trial Offer to watch the best of live television on an eligible Mac, Xbox, PC, Playstation or a Smart TV.
2016 Super Bowl 50 Preview
This year’s Super Bowl is shaping up to be one of the biggest and best yet, with the Panthers looking for their first ever world championship, and the Broncos’ seeking their third, but first since 1998.
The Denver Broncos punched their ticket into Super 50 with a hard fought 20-18 victory over last year’s champs, the New England Patriots. The game was decided in the final seconds when the Broncos’ defense prevented a 2-point conversion that would have sent the game into overtime.
The Carolina Panthers took a different path, dominating the Arizona Cardinals from start to finish, during a 49-15 thrashing. MVP candidate Cam Newton threw for two touchdowns and ran the ball for another pair of scores, while the defense played just as brilliantly in holding the high scoring Cardinals to a pair of touchdowns.
Both teams certainly don’t lack for confidence, with Broncos believing that their defense is the tops in the league, and the Panthers riding a red-hot Cam Newton, and you need not miss a minute of the action when streaming Super Bowl 2016 live with a Free Trial.
Denver Broncos v Carolina Panthers
Date: Monday February 8th 2016
When: 10:00 am (AEDT)
Where: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Live TV: 7Mate & ESPN
Announcers: Jim Nantz & Phil Simms
Half-time: Coldplay & Beyonce
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Denver Broncos Players to Watch
The Broncos will look to establish the run so as to take the pressure off of a 39 year old Peyton Manning, who’s arm isn’t quite the cannon it used to be, but he’s still a savvy veteran that can read defenses and make the timely throws to their top weapons, receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas. In order to do so, they will need a strong performance from their offensive line to get CJ Anderson and Ronnie Hillman rolling.
The Broncos will lean on their top-rated defense, led by Defensive Ends and pass rushing specialist’s DeMarcus Ware and Derek Wolfe, as well as outside Linebacker Von Miller. Miller was an absolute beast against the Patriots, accounting for 2 sacks and plenty more quarterback hits. While the front seven gets plenty of accolades, the Broncos have a strong secondary that includes ball hawking cornerbacks Chris Harris Jr. and Aquib Talib, as well as the hard hitting T.J. Ward at safety.
Carolina Panthers Players to Watch
The Panthers will look to line up and run the rock behind a stout offensive line and fullback Mike Tolbert, with the dangerous combination of QB Cam Newton and RB Jonathan Stewart. If Newton can create yards with his legs, the passing game will open up, and Tight End Greg Olson as well as receiver Tedd Gin Jr are their most talented vertical threats.
Like the Broncos, the Panthers are also loaded with talent on defense, led by Defensive End’s Charles Johnson and Kawann Short, and a pair of outstanding linebackers in Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis. But it doesn’t end with the front seven, as Josh Norman is considered one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL, and veteran safety Roman Harper can hit with the best of them.