Broncos’ Peyton Manning makes history

by | Oct 20, 2014 | Sports

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By Abdikarim Hashi

Denver Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning just made history, breaking the record for most touchdown passes of all-time in the NFL.

Manning broke long time star Brett Favre’s record of 508 touchdown passes while facing the San Francisco 49ers in the sixth game of the 2014 season on Oct. 19. He is now at 510 passes.

The NFL superstar has been breaking records since he was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts back in 1998. Some of his most impressive records include:  Most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards (13), most passing yards in a season (5477), and most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes (13). 

He has over 20 records with the Indianapolis Colts franchise and several records for the Broncos. He also holds several Pro Bowl, regular season, and rookie records.

 

Here is a timeline illustrating his career highlights (not including his records):