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Sentences forSuper Bowl 50
- The teams met again in the Divisional round of the 2015 playoffs at Denver, where the Broncos defeated the Steelers 23–16 on their way to a victory in Super Bowl 50.
- As the designated home team in Super Bowl 50, the Broncos — who have an 0–4 Super Bowl record when using their standard orange jerseys — chose to wear their white jerseys as the designated "home" team.
- Starting in February 2016, VH1 and Comedy Central's sister channel Logo began airing reruns on Sunday nights, launching its broadcast as counterprogramming for Super Bowl 50 and branding it the "Live From New York, It's Satur-Gay Night!"
- Ron Rivera held the position from 2011 to 2019 and led the team to four playoff appearances including Super Bowl 50.
- On November 2, Metallica were announced to play "The Night Before" Super Bowl 50 at AT&T Park.
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