Peyton Manning set a multitude of NFL records this season, but one may be taken away by the NFL. The league and their official statisticians are currently reviewing a play that could mean a loss of one record.
Peyton Manning helped the Broncos clinch the top seed in the AFC playoffs for the Broncos with a 34-14 victory over Oakland on Sunday.
Peyton Manning couldn’t celebrate right away when he set the NFL record for touchdown passes in a season in 2004. On Sunday when he regained the record against the Texans, he was able to soak in the historic moment.
Peyton Manning will head into Houston on Sunday afternoon with 47 touchdown passes already to his name this season. That puts him just three shy of tying Tom Brady’s single-season record of 50, and therefore four shy of setting a new mark.
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning reached the halfway point of the season with a 5-3 record and 2,404 yards passing. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck reached the halfway point of the season with a 5-3 record and 2,404 yards passing.