Everyone in Denver feels like a winner Monday, but there were some less than stellar performances on Sunday. We break down the winners and losers from Super Bowl 50.
Chris Harris Jr.'s taunts

During Super Bowl 50's postgame press conferences, Chris Harris Jr.'s words forced Cam Newton to leave his podium early
Wade Phillips would coach

Following two of the greatest coordinating performances in NFL playoff history, Wade Phillips takes a shot at Cam Newton

Denver has waited nearly 15 years for this kind of championship. Fans should listen to their quarterback and enjoy the Broncos victory in Super Bowl 50.

Vic Lombardi gets a talking to from Broncos Ring of Fame wide receiver Rod Smith, who couldn't believe Denver wasn't given a chance to win.

Denver Broncos are once again Super Bowl Champions but this team is one of a kind and that's how they should be remembered.

Vic Lombardi was on the field postgame with the defensive mastermind himself, Wade Phillips. A four-decade wait for the Lombardi Trophy was finally over.

Denver Broncos from across the spectrum were on the field postgame for the Super Bowl 50 field celebration.

Eric Studesville lost his parents three years ago to a tragic accident. His emotions caught up with him thinking about it post-Super Bowl.
Von Miller gets Sports Illustrated

Von Miller said that he wanted to be the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history. He made quite the case for that request in Super Bowl 50.