Late in a sloppy second quarter of Super Bowl 50, the Panthers and Broncos traded turnovers.
Panthers running back Mike Tolbert fumbled to set up the Broncos’ offense, and a C.J. Anderson run brought Denver into field goal range. But Peyton Manning threw an ugly interception right into the hands of Kony Ealy to waste a good opportunity.
Neither offense has played particularly well so far in the game, and that trade of turnovers epitomized what a defensive struggle this has been.
The Broncos’ offense hasn’t found the end zone yet, but Denver still has a 13-7 lead.