Denver Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning will soon be the NFL's all-time leader in touchdown passes. He currently has 506 touchdown passes, and is only two from tying Brett Favre's mark of 508. It is only a matter of time until Peyton passes Favre's all time mark, and could do it as early as this Sunday when the Broncos take on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football.
The question I am asking is how many touchdown passes will Manning have when he decides to call it a career? Manning doesn't seem close to retiring to just yet, so I expect the Broncos get at least another two seasons from Peyton.
He's on pace to end the season with 48 touchdowns which would give him 539 total touchdown passes on the season. If Peyton were to average 40 touchdowns over the next two seasons he would end with 619 touchdowns. Even if he were to average 35 touchdowns a season he would end with 609 touchdowns.
Manning has a chance to have over 100 more touchdown passes then Favre when everything is all set and done. That's blowing this record out of the water, and should make him the best Quarterback to ever play this great game.
Watch all 506 of Peyton Manning's touchdown passes:
Watch Peyton Manning throw 506 touchdowns before you can blink. http://t.co/ENwElVDTyw— MileHighReport (@MileHighReport) October 17, 2014
This IS nuts!
- This one was a shocker. The Seattle Seahawks have traded wide receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets.
- New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan apparently punched a wall after the teams sixth straight loss. I would do the same if Geno was my quarterback.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers have benched their high paid cornerback Cortez Allen.
- Steelers longtime defensive coordinator Dick Lebeau is "under fire" in Pittsburgh. Could this be an end of an era?
- Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is a "game time decision" for this Sunday's game. The first overall pick in this years draft has been out since week one.