Peyton Manning is now the top man in passing. History has a new leader and to be expected, Peyton does it with plenty of time to add to his record.
“Peyton Manning is now the NFL’s all-time leading passer after jumping Brett Favre in career passing yardage on Sunday with a 4-yard pass to Ronnie Hillman. Manning entered Week 10 needing just 3 yards against the Kansas City Chiefs to eclipse Favre’s mark of 71,838 yards and reached that in the first quarter. Everyone thought Manning would get the record in Week 9 against his former team, the Indianapolis Colts. Entering the game, he needed just 284 yards, but he fell just short when bad penalties on defense prevented him from getting a shot at one more drive to lead the Broncos to a comeback.” – Reported by Adam Stites
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