The conclusion to the 2015 NFL season is here. Super Bowl 50 will be played tonight and either the Denver Broncos or Carolina Panthers will be crowned a champions of the football world. In fact, it might be the final time we see Peyton Manning in the NFL. Appearing in his fourth Super Bowl, he might retire after this season. Getting a second championship would help his legacy, especially considering the narrative of playoff failures. He is in the Super Bowl with his fourth head coach, something that is amazing in and of itself. It is hard to make it with continuity. He has done it twice with two different teams and with a different head coach each time.
A win by Carolina could top off one of the best NFL seasons ever and could catapult Cam Newton into the face of the NFL, replacing Manning. Newton, who was just named the league's MVP, has been fantastic this season and has done it with receivers who are considered to be trash by many.
Will it be Manning riding off into the sunset or Newton opening up a championship generation of dabbing, dancing and giving footballs to kids?
Here is the information you might need to watch the game:
How to watch
When: Sunday, Feb. 7, 6:35 p.m. ET
Where: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
Online: CBS Sports
Odds: Panthers -5.5
Picks: The ROTB staff heavily favors the Panthers
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