After Peyton Manning and the Broncos beat the Colts in Week 1 of the NFL season, the announcers piped in with news about a surprising feat Manning had just accomplished.
Peyton Manning is three touchdown throws shy of 500 for his career and a dozen short of surpassing Brett Favre for the most in NFL history.
There was a time when Brock Osweiler wanted to seek out Aaron Rodgers to pick his brain about how he waited so patiently for his shot while serving an extended apprenticeship under Brett Favre.
Peyton Manning holds a number of NFL records himself. Why not a few more? Assuming he stays healthy, here’s a look at a handful of records Manning could break this season or next — or perhaps never.
The Super Bowl is the best place anybody on an NFL team could be. Except, perhaps, if you’re a coordinator in the running for a head coaching job.
No quarterback has been to the playoffs more than Peyton Manning or experienced more heartache there, either.
Oakland quarterback Terrelle Pryor has seen the scores. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos have put up 40-plus points in their first two games and made offense look easy.
Of all the ways Peyton Manning and the Denver offense have dominated over the first two games of the season, this one probably says the most.
The intended target for Peyton Manning’s last pass of the season didn’t sleep much after the game that brought Denver’s run to the Super Bowl to an unexpected halt.
The fans behind the south end zone who earlier had a great view of Peyton Manning’s heart-skipping effort to tackle cornerback Brandon Flowers held up their index fingers as the final seconds ticked away on Denver’s 38-3 rout of the Kansas City Chiefs.