A statistical look at the Denver Broncos’ 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday in Santa Clara, Calif:
0: Leads for the Panthers in the game.
1: Offensive touchdowns for the Broncos, who are the third team to win a Super Bowl with just one TD on offense.
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2: Fumbles for Panthers running back Mike Tolbert. It’s only his second career game with multiple fumbles.
3: Sacks for Carolina’s Kony Ealy, who is the fifth player in NFL history with at least three sacks in a Super Bowl.
4: Turnovers by the Panthers, which is a season high.
7: Sacks for the Broncos’ defense, which ties the Super Bowl record (1975 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1985 Chicago Bears).
9: Years between Super Bowl victories for Peyton Manning. He led Indianapolis past Chicago in 2007.
8: Super Bowl appearances for the Broncos, which ties them for the most in history with Dallas, New England and Pittsburgh. The Broncos are 3-5 in the league’s title game.
10: Super Bowl victories for teams with the No. 1 defense. Teams with the best defense are 10-2 in the big game.
24: Victories for AFL/AFC teams in Super Bowls, including Denver’s win Sunday.
61: Yards on a punt return for Denver’s Jordan Norwood, the longest in Super Bowl history.
141: Passing yards for Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning.
194: Total yards on offense for the Broncos, which is the lowest ever for a Super Bowl winner.
200: Career wins as a starting quarterback for Peyton Manning. He’s the first to reach the milestone.
Compiled by Noel Harris