Kelvin Benjamin is back. Just over a year after tearing his ACL during the Panthers' 2015 training camp, Benjamin returns to battle the Broncos. The 6-foot-5 wide receiver poses a litany of problems for any cornerback, as his physicality and length is hard to contain. Pro Bowler Aqib Talib will likely draw the assignment during at least part of the game, though third-year player Bradley Roby will match up with Benjamin at times. The Broncos must decide whether they'll press him at the line or play off him as Newton gets another weapon back on the outside. In the Super Bowl, the Broncos' ability to limit the Panthers' passing game was a big reason behind Denver's victory. If they can replicate the performance, the result may very well be the same.