Where will it end? Manning breaks touchdown pass record against 49ers
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10/20/2014 (4 years ago)
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Payton Manning, the quarterback for the Denver Broncos, has broken the NFL's all-time touchdown record during his October 19 game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Peyton Manning broke the NFL's record for career touchdown passes, with 509, during the October 19 game against the 49ers.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Manning needed three touchdowns to break the record, and had accomplished that easily by halftime. By the fourth quarter the Broncos had a 42-17 lead over the 49ers, and Manning ended up sitting that quarter out.
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It was an 8-yard pass to Demaryius Thomas in the second quarter which gave Manning his 509th career touchdown, passing Brett Favre-the previous record holder-who immediately congratulated Manning with a Twitter post.
"Well it's quite an honor," said Mannning after the Sunday night game, "and like you said, I do have great appreciation for the quarterbacks that have played this game throughout the years, and so I'm honored just to play the position.
"It's very humbling. It's taken a lot of hard work. A lot of people have helped me to this point."
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