The Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers, 24-10, in Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium on Sunday night.

FOX's Jared Max has a recap from Levi's Stadium: 

The Denver Broncos won their third Super Bowl last night. They upset the Carolina Panthers, 24-10.

A game that was expected to be a showcase of quarterbacks between Peyton Manning and Cam Newton, overshadowed by defense, Denver's particularly.

Linebacker Von Miller became only the tenth defensive player to be named Super Bowl MVP, he did so by strip-sacking Cam Newton in the first and fourth quarters to set up 14 points for the Broncos.

First two playoff games, Panthers outscored their opponents 55-7 in the first half, last night they trailed 13-7 at the break, they never led. First time in four games this season Carolina was down double digits, but failed to come back to win.

Quarterback Cam Newton was sacked seven times and then after the game bolted from his media session a few minutes after it began.

In San Francisco, Jared Max, FOX News.

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FOX's Chris Hoenig is live in San Francisco:

It was a classic defensive battle, with the teams combining for a record 12 sacks and forcing 6 total turnovers.

Peyton Manning was held to just 141 yards, with one interception and one fumble lost. After the game, he said he was focused on celebrating, not deciding his future:

(Manning) "I think I'll take some time after that and like I said, I'm gonna kind of enjoy tonight, take it one step at a time."

If this was indeed the end, the final pass in Manning's storied career still got some points on the board connecting with Benny Fowler for a late two-point conversion. 

At Super Bowl 50, Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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