Drew Brees serenaded Peyton Manning, hoping to convince the seven-time All-Pro to keep playing.
Peyton Manning gets to face his former team and his successor after Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts beat Cincinnati in the wild-card round Sunday.
Among the many NFL records set in the 2014 season, most notable – and hardly surprising – was something done by Peyton Manning.
Peyton Manning won’t be chasing history and Derek Carr won’t be running from it when the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders meet in their regular-season finale.
Peyton Manning is tied for the NFL lead with 36 touchdown passes and he’s 90 yards shy of his 14th 4,000-yard season.
Just like every week, Peyton Manning was the dominant topic in the opposing locker room. The decision making, the incessant barking under center that must be deciphered, the throws he just doesn’t miss.
The Saints are coming off their best game of the year after hammering Green Bay 44-23. However, they have not won a road game this year. The Panthers are hoping to continue that trend, and they will be bringing back a familiar face in running back DeAngelo Williams.
Next up for Peyton Manning: the NFL passing yardage record. Manning needs about 5,000 more yards to surpass Favre in that category, and is on track to finish his career with numbers, across the board, that might never be matched.
Peyton Manning shrugged off the question about the meaningfulness of inevitably breaking Brett Favre’s NFL record for touchdown passes. Deep down, though, the only man to win five MVP awards must recognize what an achievement it is.
Brett Favre says he couldn’t be happier to see Peyton Manning on the brink of breaking his NFL record of 508 touchdown throws.