Super Bowl 50: TV, Radio, Spread, and More
Sunday is finally here, and it is almost time for Super Bowl 50. Look no further for all the information you need for game day!
Sunday, February 7th is here. It’s the day that NFL fans near and far have been waiting for. The golden Super Bowl, Super Bowl 50, is ready to be played. Cam Newton and the rest of the Carolina Panthers take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. The Panthers lost only one game all year long, and dominated in the playoffs, while the Broncos lost four, and had to hold off a late Patriots’ comeback to get here.
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Here is all the information you need to know:
TEAMS: Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos
WHERE: Levi Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
KICKOFF: 6:30 PM EST
BETTING LINE: Panthers -5.5
LOCAL RADIO: KOA 850 AM, KRFX 103.5 FM (Denver)
WBT 1110 AM (Carolina)
NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One (Check Local Listings)
SATELLITE RADIO: Sirius 82 (Denver)
Sirius 83 (Carolina)
Sirius 108 (National)
Sirius 157 (Spanish)
Click here to access the LIVE STREAM.
The key to this game is whether or not the Broncos can keep this game close early. The Panthers played from 17 points in front in both of their playoff games, one of which they nearly lost. Their defense is good but isn’t as good as it is cracked up to be. We haven’t seen the Panthers play from behind yet. If the Broncos can keep things close, it will be interesting to see if the Panthers can come up with a big play.
If this game is close after the first 15 minutes, the Broncos’ chances of winning grow enormously.
Peyton and the Broncos, however, will have a difficult time playing catch up. Manning is a very different quarterback than ever before, as we all have seen unfold before our very eyes. He cannot lead his team back on the strength of his right arm. They are going to have to play ball control, get a huge game out of C.J. Anderson, and make plays out of play action.
If Denver falls behind, it will be a long night for them.
Defensively, can the Broncos contain Cam Newton? That is one of the biggest questions of the day. If Newton gets to run around and make plays with his feet, there will be hell to pay for Denver. They won’t be able to hit Cam as often as they hit Brady. The key is to keep him in the pocket and make him beat you with his arm.
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Other than Greg Olsen, who scares you on the outside for the Panthers? It’s hard to come up with anyone.
Wherever you are enjoying the game tonight, have fun, and be safe!