(KDVR) — SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Two years ago, the high-powered Broncos offense was run out of MetLife Stadium in a 35-point embarrassment in Super Bowl XLVIII to the No. 1 defense of the Seattle Seahawks.
Executive Vice President and General Manager John Elway set out to remake the Broncos defense in the wake of that loss. On Sunday night, that makeover came to full fruition.
The Broncos, with the league’s No. 1 defense, forced four turnovers and sacked Panthers quarterback Cam Newton seven times, beating Carolina, 24-10, in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night at Levi’s Stadium for their third championship and first in 17 years.
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