He’s kind of a big deal
On Sunday, Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning broke Brett Favre’s all-time passing touchdowns record in the second quarter of the team’s matchup with the San Francisco 49ers. With roughly three minutes remaining in the first half of the game—which the Broncos won, 42-17—the 38-year-old, 5 time MVP winner passed to WR Demaryius Thomas, and Manning nailed his 509th TD pass thrown in his 17-year career.
After the touchdown, his teammates tried to play keep-away with the record-setting ball, and had Manning running in circles.
With 10 regular season games to go in this season, Manning should continue clocking TD’s and pull ahead of the Brett Favre’s 508 record (2nd place) and Dan Marino’s 420 record (3rd place). We’ll see how high he can push his numbers this season…rack’ em and stack ’em, Manning!