Peyton Manning may only have one Super Bowl ring but he has all the records. He finally overcame the all-time NFL passing touchdown record of 508 as he threw four touchdowns to help the Denver Broncos romp to a 42-17 victory against the San Francisco 49ers.
The record now stands at 510 and at 38 years of age Manning still has a few years to extend the record even further. The previous holder Brett Favre was 41 by the time he retired for the final time.
Here’s the record setting touchdown, an 8 yard pass to Demaryius Thomas.
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And here are Manning’s wide-receivers playing keep-away with the record setting ball.
[GIF] Peyton’s teammates play “Keep Away” with Manning’s record-breaking touchdown ball https://t.co/kUK6AahYOH
— Rob Perez (@World_Wide_Wob) October 20, 2014