The Super Bowl never ended: How Denver is cruising and Carolina is collapsing (Bill Barnwell, ESPN.com)
Super Bowl 50 was a game Broncos fans will want to remember forever and one Panthers fans have been trying to forget for months.
QB wreckage: How the Broncos' defense has battered, limited opponents (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The Broncos, led by Aqib Talib and their young quarterbacks, defeated Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers, 27-7, on Sunday to move to 4-0 on the season. The Broncos victory was just the latest against a star quarterback this season.
Talib, rookie QB Lynch star in Broncos' storm-delayed win vs. Bucs (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Aqib Talib hoped he would be welcomed home to the city he said raised him as an NFL player. He hoped fans at Raymond James Stadium hadn't forgotten what he could do, and what he did as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer during his first four years in the NFL.
When will people start to believe in the Broncos? (Rod Mackey, KUSA)
Maybe one day Denver will get the respect they deserve, but the players don't care.
5 plays you need to see as the Broncos beat the Buccaneers (Mark Belcher, KMGH)
With some calling the game a trap for the defending Super Bowl champions, the Broncos continued to prove themselves as an adaptable group of players who can get a win, even if it's ugly at times.
Woody Paige: Denver Broncos offense has begun to blossom (Woody Paige, Colorado Springs Gazette)
The dirty little secret at Dove Valley is the Broncos have become a throwing team as the offensive triumvirate of coaches Kubiak, Rick Dennison and Greg Knapp get more comfortable with Kid QB Trevor Siemian starting.
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Three Keys Unlocked: Broncos 27, Buccaneers 7 (Andrew Mason)
The Broncos made it through the heat and the rain to leave Tampa with a 27-7 victory.
Talib shines in return to Tampa Bay (Aric DiLalla)
Cornerback Aqib Talib, playing in his first game back in Tampa, snagged two interceptions to help the Broncos cruise to a win.
When Lynch stepped in for Siemian, Broncos didn't have to change a thing (Andrew Mason)
Siemian's left shoulder injury forced Lynch onto the field, but the offense didn't have to dial back its attack in the 27-7 romp over Tampa Bay.
WATCH: Victory speech - Buccaneers game (DenverBroncos.com)
Head Coach Gary Kubiak addresses the team following the Broncos 27-7 victory over the Buccaneers and gives a game ball to Aqib Talib.