I expect Peyton Manning to pretty much break all but a few of those records this season.
Especially if the defense keeps giving up 35 first downs and rolling over on 3rd down conversions.
If Denver has to play from behind, Peyton Manning will obliterate most of those passing records.
I'd love to see him post awesome franchise breaking numbers....but not at the expense of abandoning the running game while trying to play catch up in the 2nd half of games.
I'd rather see Peyton Manning throw for 280 yards and have the team consistently gain over 100+ yards on the ground.
Denver's offense is at it's dangerous best when the passing game sets up the running game and leaves teams off balance.
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