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Super Bowl QBs: One lives in, one lives out of the pocket

Newton, Manning living in and out of pocket

cjonline.com — SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is the NFL's version of cool, with his ankle-snapping elusiveness, over-the-top touchdown celebrations, $800 zebra-striped Versace pants.Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos quarterback, is the embodiment of old-school tradition, a quarterback in the Johnny Unitas mold who looks out of place at the postgame lectern wearing anything but a sensible business suit.

Two Outstanding Defenses Vs. Two QBs Drafted No. 1 Overall

courant.com — This Super Bowl matchup features two outstanding defenses - Denver is No. 1, Carolina is No. 6 - against quarterbacks who reside at opposite ends of the style spectrum, the Broncos' Peyton Manning and Panthers' Cam Newton. For the first time, it's a showdown between two quarterbacks drafted No. 1 overall.

Super Bowl QBs Cam Newton and Peyton Manning are a study in contrasts, athletically and stylistically

latimes.com — Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is the NFL's version of cool, with his ankle-snapping elusiveness, over-the-top touchdown celebrations, $800 zebra-striped Versace pants. Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos quarterback, is the embodiment of old-school tradition, a quarterback in the Johnny Unitas mold who looks out of place at the postgame lectern wearing anything but a sensible business suit.

Wild Super Bowl stories from Steve Sabol: Handguns, Rolexes and a perfect season

latimes.com — Steve Sabol, who helped his father, Ed, found NFL Films in 1962, sat down with The Times' Sam Farmer in 2010 and shared some of his behind-the-scenes Super Bowl stories. Sabol passed away in September 2012. Some of the strangest and most memorable Super Bowl stories are the ones that happen just...

Coaches do their fathers proud

macon.com — The Super Bowl memories come flowing back for Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula, even though he never played or coached in one. That's because his father is Hall of Fame coach Don Shula, who will be in attendance Sunday when the Panthers play Denver in Super Bowl 50.

Coaches do their fathers proud

newsobserver.com — The Super Bowl memories come flowing back for Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula, even though he never played or coached in one. That's because his father is Hall of Fame coach Don Shula, who will be in attendance Sunday when the Panthers play Denver in Super Bowl 50.

Coaches do their fathers proud

heraldonline.com — The Super Bowl memories come flowing back for Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula, even though he never played or coached in one.

Coaches do their fathers proud

ledger-enquirer.com — The Super Bowl memories come flowing back for Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula, even though he never played or coached in one.

Coaches do their fathers proud

thestate.com — The Super Bowl memories come flowing back for Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula, even though he never played or coached in one.
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Ron Rivera Coach of the Year. Great guy.

Feb 06, 2016

HOF cont. -- Orlando Pace, Brett Favre


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