Former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will be inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame tonight. His four years with the team led to two Super Bowl appearances and one title, along with a slew of NFL records.
Special night tonight with former Broncos QB Peyton Manning being inducted into the Colorado Sports HOF.— Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) April 18, 2018
Joe Ellis, John Elway, Vance Joseph, Gary Kubiak, the Bowlen family and many support staff are attending to recognize Manning's four years as a Bronco. pic.twitter.com/FyuenW0DYV
During his time in Denver, Manning went 45-12 as a starter in the regular season and 5-3 in the playoffs. Beyond that, he amassed an incredible 17,112 yards passing in four seasons with 140 touchdowns and 53 interceptions.
His record-breaking 2013 regular season will go down as one of the greatest offensive showcases in NFL history. The team scored an NFL record 606 points with Manning being the fuel that drove that engine to record heights with 5,477 yards passing and a whooping 55 touchdown passes.
His induction into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame is well earned. Next step? The Denver Broncos Ring of Fame and Pro Football Hall of Fame.