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Here are some of the biggest plays from Sunday night’s Super Bowl.

By SI Wire
February 07, 2016

The Broncos lead the Panthers 16–10 in the fourth quarter of a Super Bowl that has featured countless big defensive plays, catches and runs. 

The first touchdown came after one of Denver’s three forced fumbles, and what followed were a pair of 40-yard catches, a 34-yard run and the longest punt return in Super Bowl history.

Below are some of the biggest plays from Sunday night’s game.

Von Miller strips Cam Newton, Broncos recover for TD

Jonathan Stewart skies in for TD, cuts Broncos lead to 10–7

Jordan Norwood breaks off longest punt return in Super Bowl history

C.J. Anderson breaks tackles, runs for 34 yards

Devin Funchess makes leaping 21-yard grab

Kony Ealy picks off Manning with one hand

Ted Ginn, Jr. gains 45 yards on catch-and-run

Corey Brown makes 42-yard grab through double coverage

– Kenny Ducey

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