On This Day:
10/28/07

On
a sunny day in Charlotte, North Carolina Peyton Manning became the first player
in NFL history to beat 31 teams(all but his own) beating the Carolina Panthers
31-7. It might also have been the last time Manning faced a Quarterback older
than him, in Vinny Testaverde(will have to check that).

Manning
finished 14/30 for 255 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Joseph Addai caught the
first one for four yards.

In
the 3rd quarter Manning hit wide receiver Reggie Wayne with a 59
yarder that eclipsed Johnny Unitas’ franchise record of 287 touchdown passes.
Before manning was fired/cut/thrown away he pushed the franchise record to 399.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200710280car.htm

On This Day:
10/19/14

Entering
the night with 506 touchdown passes, Peyton Manning and his Broncos knew it
could be an historic night. They beat the San Francisco 49ers 42-17.

With
2:57 left in the first quarter Manning hit Wes Welker(39) with his 508th
touchdown pass of his career tying future Hall of Famer, Brett Favre. With 3:09
left in the 1st half, Manning hit Demaryius Thomas with an 8 yard
pass to set the NFL record with 509.

Manning
finished the evening 22/26 for 318 yards and 4 touchdown passes, with the other
two going to Emmanauel Sanders (3) and another one to Demaryius Thomas for
(40).

Yet
a year later idiots…..(it’s not worth it).

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201410190den.htm

On This Day:
10/17/05

Down
20-14 at the half Peyton Manning helped lead a 31 point second half to defeat
the St. Louis Rams 45-28.

Manning finished 22/32 for 191 yards and 2 touchdown passes. He hit wide
receivers Reggie Wayne(3) and Marvin Harrison (3). Every down back Edgerrin
James had a big day toting the mail for 143 yards and 3 touchdowns.

With
9:25 left in the game Manning connected with Harrison for the 3 yard score
which set an NFL record of 86 TDs for a passer-receiver combination. Manning and
Harrison had been tied with San Francisco’s Steve Young and Jerry Rice. The duo
pushed the total to 112 before Marvin Harrison retired following the 2008
season.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200510170clt.htm