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Old 04-15-2012, 11:04 PM   #1
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Records held by Peyton Manning

SEC records

Lowest interception percentage (season): 1.05% (1995)[221]
Highest completion percentage (career): 62.49%[7]
Lowest interception percentage (career): 2.39%[7]
Most 300+ passing yard games (career): 18[7]

NFL records
Manning holds a number of individual career records:

Regular season
Most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 11 (19992004, 20062010)[222]
Most consecutive seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 6 (19992004; tied with Drew Brees)[2]
Most games with 40+ pass attempts in a season: 10 (2010)[223]
Most consecutive seasons with at least 20 touchdown passes: 13 (19982010) [37]
Most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes: 13 (19982010)[222]
Most games with a perfect passer rating, career: 4 (includes 1 playoff game)[90]
Most consecutive games started to open a career: 208 [37][224]
Most consecutive games with at least 2 touchdown passes: 13 (games 113, 2004)[225]
Most consecutive games with at least 4 touchdown passes: 5 (games 711, 2004)[226]
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, season: 6 (2004; tied with 1984 Marino)[226]
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, career: 24 (includes 2 playoff games; tied with Brett Favre)[227]
Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes, career: 7 (includes 1 playoff game)[228]
Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 4 (tied with Tom Brady)
One of only seven QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes in two games (tied with Sammy Baugh, Y.A. Tittle, Daryle Lamonica, Tom Brady, Charley Johnson and George Blanda)[229]
One of only two QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions in two games (tied with Tom Brady)
Most regular games with at least 300 passing yards: 63 (tied with Dan Marino)
Most regular and postseason games with at least 300 passing yards: 71
Most games with at least 400 yards passing and no interceptions: 4
Most career touchdown passes in Thursday games: 25[230]
Most touchdown passes on a Thursday game: 6 (tied with Bob Griese)
Largest career TD-INT differential: 201
Highest career passing TDs/game average (min. 150 TD passes): 1.918 TDs/game[37]
Second-Highest career passing yards/game average: 263.6 (Drew Brees, 263.7)
Second-Highest career completions/game average (min. 100 games played): 22.5 (Drew Brees, 23.4)
Highest completion percentage by a QB in one month in NFL history (min. 75 attempts): 81.8% (December 2008) [37]
Most career games with a completion percentage of 70% or higher (min. 10 attempts): 66[231]
Most consecutive regular season wins as a starter: 23 (20082009)
Most seasons with 10+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 11 (19992000, 20022010)
Most seasons with 12+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 8 (1999, 20032009)
Only QB with at least 12 wins as a starter in 7 consecutive seasons (20032009)[232]
Only QB with nine straight seasons of 10+ wins as a starter (20022010)[37]
Only QB to lead five consecutive 4th quarter comeback wins (games 711, 2009)[233]
Most fourth quarter comeback wins in one season: 7 (2009)[234]
First QB to defeat the other 31 teams in the regular season (Tom Brady did this later the same day, and Brett Favre did it the following week)[235]
Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular season only: 115 (2000s)[157]
Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular & postseason: 124 (2000s)
Most AP NFL MVP Awards: 4 (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009)[1]
Most Touchdown Passes in a decade: 314 (20002009)
Most Passing Yards in a decade: 42,254 (20002009)
Most Completions in a decade: 3,575 (20002009)
Playoff records
Most 300+ yard passing games: 8 [236]
Most yards passing, 1st half of game: 360 vs. Denver Broncos, 1/9/05[237]
Led the biggest comeback in conference championship game history (18 pts), 1/21/07 vs. New England[238]
One of only four QBs to post a perfect 158.3 passer rating in a game (Don Meredith, Terry Bradshaw, Dave Krieg)[239]
Most games with 20+ completions: 14[240] (surpassed by Tom Brady in 2011)
Most games with 30+ completions: 4[241] (surpassed by Drew Brees in 2011)
Most games with 30+ attempts: 17[242]
Most games with 40+ attempts: 8[243] (tied by Tom Brady in 2011)
Most completions and attempts in a single postseason: 97/153 (2006)[244]
One of only 2 quarterbacks to complete 80% of his passes in two playoff games (tied with Kurt Warner)[245]
Most consecutive postseasons with at least one start: 9 (20022010)

Rookie records

Most touchdown passes: 26[226]
Most consecutive games with a touchdown pass (games 416): 13[246]
Most games with at least one touchdown pass: 15 [37]
Most games with 300+ yards passing: 4 [37]

With Marvin Harrison

Manning and former Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison hold a number of QB-WR tandem records:
Most completions/receptions (career): 953[247]
Most passing/receiving yards (career): 12,756[247]
Most passing/receiving touchdowns (career): 112[37][247]
Most completions/receptions in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 143 (2002)
Most passing/receiving yards in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 1,722 (2002)

Pro Bowl records
Most Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 11 (tied with Brett Favre)[248]
Most consecutive Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 9 (during the 20022010 seasons)
Most passing attempts (career): 150[101]
Most passing attempts (game): 41 (2004)[249]
Most completions (career): 92[101]
Most completions (game): 22 (2004)[249]
Most passing yards (career): 1,278[101]
Most passing yards (game): 342 (2004)[249]
Most passing touchdowns (career): 13[101]

College Records at Tennessee

Most offensive yards (career): 11,020[7]
Most 500+ passing yard games (career): 1[7]
Most 400+ passing yard games (career): 3[7]
Most 300+ passing yard games (career): 18[7]
Most 300+ passing yard games (season): 9 (1997)[7]
Most consecutive 300+ passing yard games: 7[7]
Most 200+ passing yard games (career): 30[7]
Most wins as starting quarterback (career): 39[6]
Most touchdown passes (career): 89[7]
Most touchdown passes (game): 5 (08/30/97 vs. Texas Tech, 11/22/97 vs. Kentucky)[7]
Most touchdowns (career): 101[7]
Most offensive plays (career): 1,534[7]
Most offensive plays (season): 538 (1997)[7]
Most offensive plays (game): 70 (09/21/96 vs. Florida)[6
Most passing attempts (career): 1,381[6]
Most passing attempts (season): 477 (1997)[6]
Most passing attempts (game): 65 (09/21/96 vs. Florida)[6]
Most completions (career): 863[6]
Most completions (game): 37 (09/21/96 vs. Florida)[6]
Most consecutive completions (game): 12 (11/22/97 vs. Kentucky)[7]
Highest completion percentage (career): 62.49%[7]
Highest completion percentage (season): 64.2% (1995)[7]
Lowest interception percentage (career): 2.39%[7]
Lowest interception percentage (season): 1.05% (1995)[7]
Most consecutive passes without an interception (season): 132[7]
Most passing yards (season): 3,819 (1997)[6]
Most passing yards (career): 11,201[6]
Most passing yards (game): 508 (11/22/97 vs. Kentucky)[6]

Colt's Franchise records

Most touchdown passes (game): 6 (09/28/03 vs. New Orleans and 11/25/04 vs. Detroit)[36]
Most touchdown passes (rookie game): 3 (4 times; tied with Johnny Unitas and Jeff George)[36]
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes (career): 22[253]
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes (season, 2004): 6[226]
Most games with at least 3 touchdown passes (career): 64[36]
Most games with at least 1 touchdown pass (season): 15 (5 times)[36]
Most games with at least 1 touchdown pass (rookie season): 15 (1998)[36]
Most consecutive uninterrupted games with at least 1 touchdown pass: 27
Most consecutive games with at least 4 touchdown passes (games 711, 2004): 5 (2004)[226]
Most consecutive games with at least 3 touchdown passes: 8 (games 512, 2004)[254]
Most consecutive games with at least 2 touchdown passes: 13 (games 113, 2004)[36]
Most consecutive games with at least 1 touchdown pass (rookie season): 13 (games 416)[36]
Most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes: 13 (19982010)[222]
Highest touchdown percentage (career): 5.66%[36]
Highest touchdown percentage (season): 9.86% (2004)[36]
Highest touchdown percentage (game): 24.00% (09/28/03 vs. New Orleans)[36]
Most interceptions thrown (game): 6 (11/11/07 vs. San Diego)[36]
Most interceptions thrown (season): 28 (1998)[36]
Highest passer rating (career): 94.9[36]
Second highest passer rating (season): 121.1 (2004)[36]
Most games with a perfect passer rating (career): 4 (includes 1 playoff game)[90]
Most consecutive games started to open a career by a quarterback: 208 (current)[255]
Most games played, franchise history: 208
Most consecutive games started, franchise history: 208 (current)[255]
Most comeback wins in the 4th quarter (career): 35 (includes one playoff game) [36]
Most comeback wins in the 4th quarter (season): 7 (2009) [36]
Most game-winning drives in the 4th quarter/overtime (career): 46 (includes one playoff game) [36]
Most game-winning drives in the 4th quarter/overtime (season): 7 (1999, 2008, 2009)[36]
Most passing attempts (career): 7,210[36]
Most passing attempts (season): 679 (2010)[36]
Most passing attempts (rookie season): 575 (1998)[36]
Most 40+ passing attempt games (career): 56[36]
Most completions (career): 4,682[36]
Most completions (season): 450 (2010)[36]
Most completions (rookie season): 326 (1998)[36]
Most completions (game): 40 (09/12/10 at Houston)[36]
Most completions (rookie game): 30 (11/01/98 vs. New England)[36]
Most consecutive completions: 23 (12/14/08-12/18/08 vs. Detroit/Jacksonville)[37]
Most games with 20+ completions (career): 140[36]
Most consecutive games with 20+ completions: 14 (games 114, 2010)[36]
Most games with 30+ completions (career): 23[250]
Highest completion percentage (career): 64.9%[36]
Highest completion percentage (season): 68.8% (2009)[36]
Highest completion percentage (rookie season): 56.7%[36]
Highest completion percentage (game): 87.5% (14/16 for 95 yards, 12/30/07 vs. Tennessee)[37]
Most passing yards (career): 54,828[251]
Most passing yards (season): 4,700 (2010)[36]
Most passing yards (rookie season): 3,739[36]
Most passing yards (game): 472 (10/31/04 vs. Kansas City)[36]
Most 300+ passing yard games (career): 63[36]
Most 300+ passing yard games (season): 9 (2009)[36]
Most 300+ passing yard games (rookie season): 4[36]
Most consecutive passing 300+ yard games: 5 (games 15 in 2009)[36]
Most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards : 11 (19992004, 20062010)[222]
Most consecutive seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards (19992004): 6[2]
Most touchdown passes (career): 399[252]
Most touchdown passes (season): 49 (2004)[36]
Most touchdown passes (rookie season): 26[36]


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Hopefully, the he will be able to add to these records, maybe even break some SB records as well
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Who? Me? Hardly, I hated him until he became a Bronco.
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Hopefully, the he will be able to add to these records, maybe even break some SB records as well
if he becomes the 1st QB to win super bowls with 2 different teams he will be happy with his career and Denver will be happy with the move to bring him here even if it ends up being only for a year or 2.
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if he becomes the 1st QB to win super bowls with 2 different teams he will be happy with his career and Denver will be happy with the move to bring him here even if it ends up being only for a year or 2.
I never thought about that. Yeah, he would be the first QB to do that.

That would be great!
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I never thought about that. Yeah, he would be the first QB to do that.

That would be great!
I think he wants to win back to back SBs and ride off into the sunset like Elway did, probably he and Elway are targeting 2013-14 seasons and if he does so will likely call it a day with one more than his little brother .. Odds are Eli isn't going to win another any time soon in NY but we'll see.

I can easily see Manning playing another four years or maybe his full contract of 5 years here if it takes that long for two more SB wins...
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I think he wants to win back to back SBs and ride off into the sunset like Elway did, probably he and Elway are targeting 2013-14 seasons and if he does so will likely call it a day with one more than his little brother .. Odds are Eli isn't going to win another any time soon in NY but we'll see.
Well, if he wins the next two SBs I like for him to go for a three-peat. The one Elway should have went for. No way that '99 Rams teams was as good as the '98 Broncos.
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Peyton Manning Career Awards And Records

Major high school awards:
1992, 1993 Louisiana Class 2A MVP
1993 Gatorade Circle of Champions Award
1993 Atlanta TD Club's Bobby Dodd Award
1993 New Orleans Quarterback Club Player of the Year
1993 Columbus, Ohio Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Year
1993 Gatorade High School Player of the Year (National)

College awards:
1994 SEC Freshman of the Year
1995 First-Team All-SEC
1995 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Arkansas)
1995 NCAA Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Arkansas)
1996 Second-Team All-SEC
1996 Third-Team All-American
1996 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (vs. South Carolina)
1996 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Georgia)
1997 Davey O'Brien Award
1997 Johnny Unitas Award
1997 NCAA QB of the Year
1997 Maxwell Award
1997 James E. Sullivan Award
1997 Today's Top VIII Award
1997 SEC Championship MVP
1997 Citrus Bowl MVP
1997 First-Team All-American
1997 SEC Player of the Year
1997 First-Team All-SEC
1997 SEC Player of the Week (vs. Southern Miss)
1998 Best College Player ESPY Award
Manning was runner-up in the Heisman Memorial Trophy voting for the college football athlete of the year in 1998

College records Peyton Manning:
Tennessee Volunteers records:
Most passing attempts (career): 1,381
Most passing attempts (season): 477 (1997)
Most passing attempts (game): 65 (09/21/96 vs. Florida)
Most completions (career): 863
Most completions (game): 37 (09/21/96 vs. Florida)
Most consecutive completions (game): 12 (11/22/97 vs. Kentucky)
Highest completion percentage (career): 62.49%
Highest completion percentage (season): 64.2% (1995)
Lowest interception percentage (career): 2.39%
Lowest interception percentage (season): 1.05% (1995)
Most consecutive passes without an interception (season): 132
Most passing yards (season): 3,819 (1997)
Most passing yards (career): 11,201
Most passing yards (game): 508 (11/22/97 vs. Kentucky)
Most offensive yards (career): 11,020
Most 500+ passing yard games (career): 1
Most 400+ passing yard games (career): 3
Most 300+ passing yard games (career): 18
Most 300+ passing yard games (season): 9 (1997)
Most consecutive 300+ passing yard games: 7
Most 200+ passing yard games (career): 30
Most wins as starting quarterback (career): 39
Most touchdown passes (career): 89
Most touchdown passes (game): 5 (08/30/97 vs. Texas Tech, 11/22/97 vs. Kentucky)
Most touchdowns (career): 101
Most offensive plays (career): 1,534
Most offensive plays (season): 538 (1997)
Most offensive plays (game): 70 (09/21/96 vs. Florida)

Rookie records:
Most touchdown passes: 26
Most consecutive games with a touchdown pass (games 4–16): 13
Most games with at least one touchdown pass: 15
Most games with 300+ yards passing: 4

Colts franchise records:
Most passing attempts (career): 7,210
Most passing attempts (season): 679 (2010)
Most passing attempts (rookie season): 575 (1998)
Most 40+ passing attempt games (career): 56
Most completions (career): 4,682
Most completions (season): 450 (2010)
Most completions (rookie season): 326 (1998)
Most completions (game): 40 (09/12/10 at Houston)
Most completions (rookie game): 30 (11/01/98 vs. New England)
Most consecutive completions: 23 (12/14/08-12/18/08 vs. Detroit/Jacksonville)
Most games with 20+ completions (career): 140
Most consecutive games with 20+ completions: 14 (games 1–14, 2010)
Most games with 30+ completions (career): 23
Highest completion percentage (career): 64.9%
Highest completion percentage (season): 68.8% (2009)
Highest completion percentage (rookie season): 56.7%
Highest completion percentage (game): 87.5% (14/16 for 95 yards, 12/30/07 vs. Tennessee)
Most passing yards (career): 54,828
Most passing yards (season): 4,700 (2010)
Most passing yards (rookie season): 3,739
Most passing yards (game): 472 (10/31/04 vs. Kansas City)
Most 300+ passing yard games (career): 63
Most 300+ passing yard games (season): 9 (2009)
Most 300+ passing yard games (rookie season): 4
Most consecutive passing 300+ yard games: 5 (games 1–5 in 2009)
Most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards : 11 (1999–2004, 2006–2010)
Most consecutive seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards (1999–2004): 6
Most touchdown passes (career): 399
Most touchdown passes (season): 49 (2004)
Most touchdown passes (rookie season): 26
Most touchdown passes (game): 6 (09/28/03 vs. New Orleans and 11/25/04 vs. Detroit)
Most touchdown passes (rookie game): 3 (4 times; tied with Johnny Unitas and Jeff George)
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes (career): 22
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes (season, 2004): 6
Most games with at least 3 touchdown passes (career): 64
Most games with at least 1 touchdown pass (season): 15 (5 times)
Most games with at least 1 touchdown pass (rookie season): 15 (1998)
Most consecutive uninterrupted games with at least 1 touchdown pass: 27
Most consecutive games with at least 4 touchdown passes (games 7–11, 2004): 5 (2004)
Most consecutive games with at least 3 touchdown passes: 8 (games 5–12, 2004)
Most consecutive games with at least 2 touchdown passes: 13 (games 1–13, 2004)
Most consecutive games with at least 1 touchdown pass (rookie season): 13 (games 4–16)
Most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes: 13 (1998–2010)
Highest touchdown percentage (career): 5.66%
Highest touchdown percentage (season): 9.86% (2004)
Highest touchdown percentage (game): 24.00% (09/28/03 vs. New Orleans)
Most interceptions thrown (game): 6 (11/11/07 vs. San Diego)
Most interceptions thrown (season): 28 (1998)
Highest passer rating (career): 94.9
Second highest passer rating (season): 121.1 (2004)
Most games with a perfect passer rating (career): 4 (includes 1 playoff game)
Most consecutive games started to open a career by a quarterback: 208 (current)
Most games played, franchise history: 208
Most consecutive games started, franchise history: 208 (current)
Most comeback wins in the 4th quarter (career): 35 (includes one playoff game)
Most comeback wins in the 4th quarter (season): 7 (2009)
Most game-winning drives in the 4th quarter/overtime (career): 46 (includes one playoff game)
Most game-winning drives in the 4th quarter/overtime (season): 7 (1999, 2008, 2009)

NFL records:
Regular season:
Most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 11 (1999–2004, 2006–2010)
Most consecutive seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 6 (1999–2004; tied with Drew Brees)
Most games with 40+ pass attempts in a season: 10 (2010)
Most consecutive seasons with at least 20 touchdown passes: 13 (1998–2010)
Most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes: 13 (1998–2010)
Most games with a perfect passer rating, career: 4 (includes 1 playoff game)
Most consecutive games started to open a career: 208
Most consecutive games with at least 2 touchdown passes: 13 (games 1–13, 2004)
Most consecutive games with at least 4 touchdown passes: 5 (games 7–11, 2004)
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, season: 6 (2004; tied with 1984 Marino)
Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, career: 24 (includes 2 playoff games; tied with Brett Favre)
Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes, career: 7 (includes 1 playoff game)
Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 4 (tied with Tom Brady)
One of only seven QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes in two games (tied with Sammy Baugh, Y.A. Tittle, Daryle Lamonica, Tom Brady, Charley Johnson and George Blanda)
One of only two QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions in two games (tied with Tom Brady)
Most regular games with at least 300 passing yards: 63 (tied with Dan Marino)
Most regular and postseason games with at least 300 passing yards: 71
Most games with at least 400 yards passing and no interceptions: 4
Most career touchdown passes in Thursday games: 25
Most touchdown passes on a Thursday game: 6 (tied with Bob Griese)
Largest career TD-INT differential: 201
Highest career passing TDs/game average (min. 150 TD passes): 1.918 TDs/game
Second-Highest career passing yards/game average: 263.6 (Drew Brees, 263.7)
Second-Highest career completions/game average (min. 100 games played): 22.5 (Drew Brees, 23.4)
Highest completion percentage by a QB in one month in NFL history (min. 75 attempts): 81.8% (December 2008)
Most career games with a completion percentage of 70% or higher (min. 10 attempts): 66
Most consecutive regular season wins as a starter: 23 (2008–2009)
Most seasons with 10+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 11 (1999–2000, 2002–2010)
Most seasons with 12+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 8 (1999, 2003–2009)
Only QB with at least 12 wins as a starter in 7 consecutive seasons (2003–2009)
Only QB with nine straight seasons of 10+ wins as a starter (2002–2010)
Only QB to lead five consecutive 4th quarter comeback wins (games 7–11, 2009)
Most fourth quarter comeback wins in one season: 7 (2009) First QB to defeat the other 31 teams in the regular season (Tom Brady did this later the same day, and Brett Favre did it the following week)
Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular season only: 115 (2000s)
Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular & postseason: 124 (2000s)
Most AP NFL MVP Awards: 4 (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009)
Most Touchdown Passes in a decade: 314 (2000–2009)
Most Passing Yards in a decade: 42,254 (2000–2009)
Most Completions in a decade: 3,575 (2000–2009)

NFL awards:
NFL MVP (2003 (shared with Steve McNair), 2004, 2008, 2009)
Best NFL Player ESPY Award(2004,2005)
11 Pro Bowl (1999–2000, 2002–2010)
5 First-team All-Pro (2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)
3 Second-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2006)
2 Bert Bell Award (2003, 2004)
6 AFC Offensive Player of the Year Awards (1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)
1998 NFL All-Rookie First Team
2004 AFC Offensive Player of the Year
2004 Fedex Express Player of the Year
2005 Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award
2005 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award
2005 Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award
2005 Pro Bowl MVP
2007 Super Bowl MVP
2007 Best Championship Performance ESPY Award

Additionally, Manning has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month four times (9/2003, 11/2004, 10/2006, 9/2009) and Offensive Player of the Week on 21 occasions (20 AFC, 1 NFL/playoff).

Playoff records

Most 300+ yard passing games: 8
Most yards passing, 1st half of game: 360 vs. Denver Broncos, 1/9/05
Led the biggest comeback in conference championship game history (18 pts), 1/21/07 vs. New England
One of only four QBs to post a perfect 158.3 passer rating in a game (Don Meredith, Terry Bradshaw, Dave Krieg)
Most games with 20+ completions: 14 (surpassed by Tom Brady in 2011)
Most games with 30+ completions: 4 (surpassed by Drew Brees in 2011)
Most games with 30+ attempts: 17
Most games with 40+ attempts: 8 (tied by Tom Brady in 2011)
Most completions and attempts in a single postseason: 97/153 (2006)
One of only 2 quarterbacks to complete 80% of his passes in two playoff games (tied with Kurt Warner)
Most consecutive postseasons with at least one start: 9 (2002–2010)

Pro Bowl records:
Most Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 11 (tied with Brett Favre)
Most consecutive Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 9 (during the 2002–2010 seasons)
Most passing attempts (career): 150
Most passing attempts (game): 41 (2004)
Most completions (career): 92
Most completions (game): 22 (2004)
Most passing yards (career): 1,278
Most passing yards (game): 342 (2004)
Most passing touchdowns (career): 13

With Marvin Harrison:
Manning and former Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison hold a number of QB-WR tandem records:
Most completions/receptions (career): 953
Most passing/receiving yards (career): 12,756
Most passing/receiving touchdowns (career): 112
Most completions/receptions in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 143 (2002)
Most passing/receiving yards in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 1,722 (2002)

Position on passing statistics leaderboards:
Manning is currently on pace to break the career records in many major statistical categories for a quarterback, including most career passing touchdowns, most career completions, and most career passing yards. Manning is currently ranked in the top five in all of these categories:
Touchdown Passes: 399 (3rd)
Passes Completed: 4,682 (3rd)
Passing Yards: 54,828 (3rd)
Completion Percentage: 64.9% (4th)
Most consecutive starts by NFL QB -Manning 208 starts / 2nd all time
Most Td's between a QB and WR - Manning to Harrison 112/ 1st all time
Most Career Wins: 141/ 4th all time

2003:
On Monday Night Football against the defending champion Buccaneers, Manning and the Colts trailed 35–14 in the final five minutes. After one short TD drive, the Colts recovered the onside kick.
Manning threw a 28 yard TD pass to Marvin Harrison on 4th & 6 to make it 35–28. With 1:41 remaining, Manning got the ball back and drove the offense 85 yards for the game-tying TD. He set up the 29 yard winning field goal in overtime for a stunning 38–35 win.
It was the first and only time in NFL history a team won a game after trailing by 21 points in the final 4 minutes of regulation. Manning passed for 386 yards in the game.

Manning became the first NFL player with four consecutive 4,000+ seasons.

Indy is the fourth team in league history with 17 straight regular-season wins.

Largest comeback in reguler season game, Colts come from behind win against Defending SB champs TampaBay in 2003.

Largest comeback in AFC Championship game Colts 2006 , come from behind win over NewEngland

No team has won more games or been to the playoffs more times since 2000 than the Indianapolis Colts.

Since 2000 Colts Won 109 games.

Manning is the first QB to pass for 40,000 in any decade.

Manning became the fastest quarterback to 4,000 completions.

Manning became the first in league history to throw for 300 TD's in a decade.

Manning is the fastest ever to reach 50,000 yards passing.

Manning named QB on the 2000 All-Decade Team.
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A lot of uncanny parallels here, with Payton being so dominate but also helped back from more SB wins by a weaker supporting cast especially on D at Indy and against the run.

It wasn't until Bowlen and Shanny got together to make Denver a complete team that John's awesome talents could finally bring it all together and I see that scenario quite likely to play out here in the next few years as well.

No open better to know what it takes than Elway and Bowlen...
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I'm ready for September!!!
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Well, if he wins the next two SBs I like for him to go for a three-peat. The one Elway should have went for. No way that '99 Rams teams was as good as the '98 Broncos.
If we hadn't had the worse playoff choke in NFL history in 1996 to the Jags......we probably would have that 3-peat.
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If we hadn't had the worse playoff choke in NFL history in 1996 to the Jags......we probably would have that 3-peat.
god that was a nightmare. i honestly never minded the 30 point beatings Indy put on us post-Elway as much as i did the 96 Jacksonville game. simply because we all deep down knew we were outgunned going against Indy, but we all know we should have curb stomped Jacksonville and took home a Lombardi in 96.
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god that was a nightmare. i honestly never minded the 30 point beatings Indy put on us post-Elway as much as i did the 96 Jacksonville game. simply because we all deep down knew we were outgunned going against Indy, but we all know we should have curb stomped Jacksonville and took home a Lombardi in 96.
Yup. I can honestly say that was the most emotionally devastaing loss for me ever.

Yes, even more than any of the 3 Superbowl losses.
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