Sometimes you sit down to bang out that early morning Horse Tracks post and find something that’s just interesting and fun. I fully intended to put together a depth chart and discuss that today, but I’ll have to write that up later and get it out by Wednesday. Instead, I saw this tweet from Ryan Michael showing how close new Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson is to eclipsing John Elway’s career touchdown mark.
#Broncos QB #RussellWilson (292) is 9 TD passes away from eclipsing #JohnElway (300).— Ryan Michael (@theryanmichael) May 3, 2022
He’s already thrown more than #JoeMontana (273).
He all-time leading TD recipient is #TylerLockett.
Russ is one of the greatest players in all of #NFL history. pic.twitter.com/2FZ3r6GRZD
It’s one of those neat things that’s going to happen early next season. You know Broncos Country is going absolutely bonkers if Wilson breaks Elway’s mark at a home game. He’ll have just nine touchdowns as a Bronco at that point, but we’ll all know that there will literally be hundreds more to come!
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