SI's Best Photos From Super Bowl 50
Sunday's win was Peyton Manning's 200th career victory.
Von Miller douses coach Gary Kubiak after Denver defeated Carolina 24-10 in Super Bowl 50.
Denver tight end Owen Daniels celebrates the Broncos' victory.
Gary Kubiak and Peyton Manning in the closing seconds of Denver's third Super Bowl-winning season.
Von Miller was named Super Bowl MVP after his two forced fumbles and two-and-a-half sacks.
Peyton Manning put himself into position to retire as a Super Bowl champion.
Peyton and son Marshall make their way through the postgame crowd.
John Elway dedicated the title game to Denver owner Pat Bowlen, who's dealing with Alzheimer.
Cam Newton congratulates Peyton Manning.
Panthers cornerback Josh Norman was reduced to tears after the loss.
Emmanuel Sanders on the field with his son after the game.
Cam Newton was stripped of the ball twice, this one leading to a touchdown by Malik Jackson early in the game.
Malik Jackson recovers a Cam Newton fumble for a touchdown to give Denver a 10-0 lead.
Malik Jackson's score was Denver's first defensive touchdown in a Super Bowl.
Von Miller forces Cam Newton to fumble.
DeMarcus Ware attempts unsuccessfully to recover a loose ball.
T.J. Ward scoops up a loose ball and takes it to the five to set up Denver's final touchdown.
Cam Newton had a hard time dealing with Von Miller, selected one spot behind Newton in 2011, all night.
Newton was sacked six times as he struggled in the game against Denver’s intimidating pass rush.
Von Miller prevents Jerricho Cotchery from completing a deep pass early in the third quarter.
Danny Trevathan beats Ted Ginn Jr. to a loose ball fumbled after an interception by TJ Ward in the third quarter.
C.J. Anderson ripped off an impressive 34-yard run in the second quarter.
C.J. Anderson scored on a two-yard run with 3:13 to go to put the game out of reach.
C.J. Anderson celebrates his late touchdown.
Jordan Norwood returns a punt 61 yards, setting a new Super Bowl record. The previous record was 45 yards by John Taylor in Super Bowl XXIII.
Peyton Manning completed just 13-of-23 passes for 141 yards with an interception.
Bennie Fowler may have caught Peyton's Manning last pass, this two-point conversion.
Unlike the 43-8 loss to Seattle in Super Bowl 48, Peyton Manning walked off a winner this time.
Emmanuel Sanders led Denver in receiving with six catches for 83 yards.
Von Miller stripped sacked Cam Newton on this play, leading to a touchdown.
Luke Kuechly had seven tackles and this one sack of Peyton Manning.
Carolina held Denver to 194 yards gained, the fewest for a Super Bowl winner
Jonathan Stewart dove over from a yard out to close the gap to 10-7 in the second quarter.
Jonathan Stewart carried the ball 12 times for 29 yards.
Corey Brown had a game-high 80 yards receiving, 42 on this catch in front of T.J. Ward and Aqib Talib.
Andre Caldwell was one of five Broncos to make a catch in a game that featured no receiving touchdown.
Cam Newton turned the ball over three times, twice via interception and one fumble.
Cam Newton and the Panthers ground game had just over 100 yards rushing.
Aqib Talib had three penalties and two personal fouls in the first half, including this facemask.
Von Miller takes down a leaping Cam Newton.
Cam Newton gets flushed out of the pocket. He led Carolina with 45 yards on the ground.
T.J. Ward fumbles the ball while returning an interception.
Cam Newton slides to avoid a would-be tackle.
Greg Olsen was held in check with 41 yards on four receptions.
Peyton Manning told everyone who asked that he was going to enjoy the moment before addressing retiring.