Broncos vs. Seahawks, Super Bowl update: Another Broncos drive, another turnover on downs

Kevin C. Cox

Once again the Broncos turned the ball over on downs.

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The Broncos once again turner the ball over on downs, but the Broncos did have some positives to take away. For starters, Peyton Manning set a Super Bowl record with 33 completions. Demaryius Thomas also added to his record for most catches in a Super Bowl and now has 13.

The record was too little too late, though. The Broncos couldn't get anything going on the drive and still trail 43-8 in the game. Manning has been able to complete a lot of passes underneath in this game, but the Seahawks have been taking away the yards after catch throughout the night.

Richard Sherman left the game on the drive, however. He injured his ankle and is doubtful to return to the game. The Seahawks have a 35-point lead, though, so Sherman's presence is no longer necessary.

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