Super Bowl MVP Von Miller was interviewed by Stephen Colbert after the game. 

By SI Wire
February 07, 2016

Super Bowl MVP Von Miller was interviewed by Late Show host Stephen Colbert after Super Bowl 50. 

Colbert asked Miller if he had some extra motivation because he was picked one spot after Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in the 2011 NFL draft. Miller, who was selected second overall by the Broncos, didn’t seem too upset.

“I went 30 seconds behind Cam,” Miller told Colbert with a small smile. Colbert responded that he pressuring Cam within three seconds all game. Miller finished the Super Bowl with 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and six tackles. 

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Colbert also asked Miller how he would celebrate the Super Bowl win, and Miller said all he would do is “Dab on ’em,” the dance which—largely thanks to Newton—swept the NFL this year.

Miller became the 10th defensive Super Bowl MVP on Sunday, the first since Malcolm Smith earned the honors for the Seahawks two years ago. 

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