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Saints News, 2/8/16: Broncos Defeat Panthers 24-10

In a defensive slugfest, the Denver Broncos did just enough on Sunday to defeat the Carolina Panthers, 24-10, allowing The Sheriff to potentially ride off into the sunset a champion, much like his GM John Elway. Von Miller won the MVP award, registering 6 tackles, 2.5 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. In awards, Cam Newton won MVP, Drew Brees won clutch performer of the year and Anquan Boldin won Walter Payton's Man of the Year Award.

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Saints News

Saints quarterback Drew Brees named Clutch Performer of the Year - Black and Gold

Morten Andersen's Hall of Fame candidacy is hot topic for kickers - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN
The wait to see another place-kicker elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame is 25 years and counting.

This Day in Football: Super Bowl XLIV
On February 7th 2010, the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts on their way to the franchise's first Super Bowl win.

An oral history of Ambush, the play that changed Super Bowl XLIV
Saints Coach Sean Payton made bold decision to open second half with onside kick


NFL News

Broncos outlast Panthers, claim third Super Bowl title -
This is the stuff of rejected movie scripts, multiple endings dripping with too much magic to be believed. But it all really happened here in Super Bowl 50 for the Denver Broncos in a 24-10 dismantling victory over the Carolina Panthers.

NFL Man of the Year Award: Anquan Boldin edges Eli Manning and the Saints’ Ben Watson | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Baton Rouge, LA /Sports/Saints/: SAN FRANCISCO — New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin took center stage at the NFL Honors awards show Sunday. And their centerpiece roles had very lit

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton named NFL MVP |

LOOK: Beyonce, not Coldplay or Bruno Mars, wins Super Bowl halftime show -
Coldplay was joined by Bruno Mars and Beyonce for an entertaining performance.

Seattle Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch hints at retirement on Twitter |

Panthers QB Cam Newton’s dream season ends in nightmare | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Baton Rouge, LA /Sports/Saints/: SANTA CLARA, Calif. — A dejected Cam Newton sat slouching behind the podium on Sunday night, wearing a black Panthers hoodie and a frown. The league’s top player this season didn’t feel much like answering questions, doing so mostly in delayed one- and t