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Super Bowl bold predictions: Cam rushes for 100 yards

It's time for the final bold prediction of the season with the Carolina Panthers meeting the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50, and the Around the NFL team goes big.

Cam rushes for 100 yards

Steve McNair has the Super Bowl record for rushing yards by a quarterback with 64 ground yards in Super Bowl XXXIV. Cam Newton will obliterate that record, becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to top 100 yards rushing in the Big Game, a 29-16 Panthers victory. -- Dan Hanzus

Josh Norman thinks he deserves Super Bowl MVP in loss

The Broncos will score the upset win and Panthers cornerback Josh Norman will be saying he was overlooked for the game's MVP award because it is given to the winning team's quarterback. This will fall on deaf ears. -- Marc Sessler

Graham Gano sets Super Bowl record

Panthers kicker will kick five field goals in Carolina's Super Bowl victory, which will end 29-16 in their favor. Gano will pass Green Bay's Don Chandler and San Francisco's Ray Wersching, who each kicked four successful field goals. -- Chris Wesseling

Broncos miss an extra point

Broncos kicker Brandon McManus missed one extra point this season -- in a 34-27 loss at the Steelers in Week 15. Though unlikely, a missed extra-point will rear its ugly head in the biggest game of his career, though it won't matter much in a 41-29 blowout at the hands of the Panthers. -- Conor Orr

Kawann Short has career-defining day

Panthers defensive tackle Kawann Short will put together the game of his career, garnering three sacks and a game-changing safety in a 27-16 Panthers win. -- Gregg Rosenthal

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