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CHARLOTTE — It’s the perfect intersection of the NFL’s past, present and future.

Peyton Manning and Cam Newton, facing off in the 50th iteration of the Super Bowl.

A game for all ages, and likely one for the ages, too.

Manning trying to win one more title in what would be the storybook ending to what has been one of the finest careers in NFL history.

Newton looking for the ring that would solidify his status as the new face of the league."You’ve thought of this moment way before this moment," Newton said after the Carolina Panthers routed the Arizona Cardinals to reach their second Super Bowl, where they’ll face Manning and the Denver Broncos on Feb.

7."You’ve played it out so many times in your mind. It’s like that dream is becoming a reality."The Broncos and Panthers last met in 2012, and potential was the name of that game between the former No. It was Manning’s first season in Denver, his first back in the game after the neck injury that sidelined him for the entire previous campaign.

Newton was in his second season in the NFL, and he was still a raw and unharnessed talent — painfully obvious in Denver’s 36-14 rout.

Much has changed in the last three years, evidenced by the direction of "M-V-P! Once Manning’s personal soundtrack, the chorus now belongs to Newton."We knew from the get-go ...

we had someone special," Panthers center Ryan Kalil said.