Peyton Manning Breaks NFL Record In Broncos Victory Over Bengals

Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

The Broncos are 5-3, but Manning got himself another personal accolade with the victory.

Peyton Manning threw 2 straight passes that were intercepted and as a result, set himself up to beat an NFL record that was held by the great Dan Marino.

The Broncos trailed by three heading into the fourth quarter against the Bengals when Manning lead the Broncos on a scoring drive capped off by a Joel Dreesen touchdown to take the lead. Peyton Manning now has the NFL record for most fourth quarter and overtime comebacks in NFL History.

NFL CAREER FOURTH QUARTER COMEBACKS LEADERS (SINCE 1960)

1) PEYTON MANNING - 37

2) DAN MARINO - 36

3) JOHN ELWAY - 35

4) JOE MONTANA - 31

5) FRAN TARKENTON/BRETT FAVRE - 30

9) TOM BRADY - 26 (NEXT CLOSEST ACTIVE)

The comeback put the Broncos back up one game over San Diego in the race for the AFC West.

Denver travels to Carolina next weekend.

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