That’s one way to score the first touchdown of the Super Bowl.
The Denver Broncos pass rush continued its havoc-wrecking ways in the first quarter Sunday, as Von Miller sack-stripped Cam Newton, allowing Malik Jackson to scoop it up and score the first touchdown of his career.
Just like that, Denver has a 10-0 lead.
While Jackson gets the six points, the play was made possible by Miller, who was drafted No. 2 overall behind Newton in the 2011 NFL draft. He thoroughly dominated New England’s offensive tackles last week, and it appears the bright lights of the Super Bowl aren’t slowing him down.
Denver’s defense clearly came to play against the MVP and league’s No. 1 scoring offense.