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Eli Manning Shows No Emotion While Family Celebrates Broncos' Super Bowl 50 Win

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE - In this photo released by the NFL, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, left, and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning pose for a photo during a visit to Isidore Newman School in New Orleans on Thursday, July 9, 2015. (Jonathan Bachman/AP Images for National Football League)
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Danny WebsterAnalyst IIIFebruary 8, 2016

After losing two straight Super Bowls, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning did something to potentially silence his critics by winning his second Super Bowl title against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, 24-10. 

When the Broncos put the final nail in Carolina's coffin after a two-yard touchdown run by C.J. Anderson late in the fourth quarter to secure the Sheriff a victory in what may be his last NFL game, there was one person who seemed to be really excited by Anderson's game-clinching score: New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who happens to be Peyton's younger brother and the owner of two Super Bowl rings himself.

Check out his reaction, courtesy of Basketball Insiders' Alex Kennedy:

Manning eventually explained his reaction, telling SplashNewsOnline.com (via TMZ): "I was just focused on whether they'd go for two and the defense had to step up and make some stops."

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