• 周日. 1月 23rd, 2022
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Night net null null null If not for Von Miller, it might have been Kony Ealy winning Super Bowl MVP honors.The Broncos defense collected seven sacks, led by Miller's 2.5 takedowns, in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Panthers to win Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium. MORE: Miller and Broncos defense leads to Super Bowl win | PHOTOS: Best of Super Bowl 50Miller was named MVP after forcing two Cam Newton fumbles that directly led to Denver's only two touchdowns of the game. But overlooked in the loss was a record-tying effort turned in by Ealy. The second-year Panthers defensive end had three sacks to tie Hall of Famer Reggie White, who set the record with the Packers in their 35-21 win over the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI. Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett matched White's record in Super Bowl XLIII."My teammates allowed me to be in different situations," Ealy told reporters after the game. "My athletic ability took over, my mindset listening to my coaches, everybody helping me as far as my mental growth, and it showed up."The Panthers sacked Manning five times and Ealy was the standout all night. He forced a Manning fumble and had a stellar one-handed interception of the Broncos quarterback. The 24-year-old from Missouri had just five sacks all season with three forced fumbles. His interception of Ma

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nning was the first pick of his career. "I just did my job. I knew my job, my angle, I knew which receiver I had. I know Peyton, he likes to throw in those short little windows," Ealy said Sunday night. "I just got my head back real quick and the ball just happened to be there, slow motion. I caught it."But unlike the Broncos, the Panthers were unable to capitalize on Ealy's forced turnovers. The Panthers went three-and-out after Ealy's second-quarter interception. The Panthers did get a field goal following his strip-sack of Manning, but a penalty inside the red zone and incomplete pass kept Carolina out of the end zone. Ealy's effort is overshadowed by Miller as the Panthers held the Broncos to just 194 yards of total offense, the fewest total by a Super Bowl champion. Thank you #PantherNation for all of your support this season. We will #KeepPounding this offseason and come back even stronger next fall 🙌🏾— Kony Ealy (@KonyEaly94) February 8, 2016

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