On This Day:
November 15

1998

Facing
a Bill Parcells and a Bill Belichick defense for the second time, Peyton
Manning collected his 2nd win of his career and his first win vs.
the legendary defensive mastermind as Manning’s team beat the AFC East
Champions 24-23 coming from a 23-10 half time deficit.

Manning finished the game 26/44 for 276 yards and 3 touchdown passes. He
connected with Torrance Small from 3 yards in the 1st quarter, with
Marvin Harrison from 38 in the 3rd, and with Marcus Pollard from 14 with
30 seconds left in the game to claim victory.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/199811150clt.htm

 

2009

Eleven
years to the day, Peyton Manning found himself again facing a double digit
deficit vs. a Bill Belichick defense. Again, that deficit was erased with 3
touchdown drives in the 4th quarter.

Manning
finished the day 28/44 for 327 and 4 touchdown passes.

He threw two to Reggie Wayne (20,1), with the one yard pass putting them ahead
with 13 seconds to go which followed a controversial 4th and 2 call
by the Patriots. Manning also connected with Pierre Garçon from 29 yards and
Joseph Addai from 15.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200911150clt.htm

On This Day:
November 14

1999

Facing
the New York Giants for the first time, Peyton Manning led his team into the
Meadowlands and left with a 27-19 win.

Manning
finished the game 20/35 for 237 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Marvin
Harrison, the first to open the scoring of 19 yards, and the second of 57 yards
in the 3rd quarter.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/199911140nyg.htm

 

2004

Peyton
Manning’s historic 2004 continued as he dumped five more touchdown passes on
the Houston Texans beating them 49-14 pushing his season total to 31.

Manning
finished the game 18/27 for 320 yards passing.

The
slot machine, Brandon Stokley pulled in a pair of the touchdown passes(4,69).
Dallas Clark also pulled in a pair of touchdown passes(1,80). Reggie Wayne
caught the other touchdown pass from 5 yards.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200411140clt.htm

2010

In
a rare occurrence (Pre Kubiak), Peyton Manning was held without at touchdown
pass, but still won 23-17 vs. the visiting Bengals of Cincinnati.

Manning
finished the game 20/36 for 185 yards passing.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201011140clt.htm

On This Day:
November 13

2005

Facing
Dom Capers as Head Coach of the Houston Texans for the last time, Manning led
his team to a 31-17 victory, in the RCA Dome.

Manning
finished the day going 26/35 for 297 yards and 3 touchdown passes. Dallas
Clark(14), Brandon Stokley(21) and Marvin Harrison(30) each took home a TD
catch.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200511130clt.htm

On This Day:
November 12

2000

In
what would have been Manning’s first battle vs. Bill Belichick, Head Coach of
the New York Jets, had Belichick not quit the job after one day, he instead
lined up against an Al Groh(also from the Parcells/Belichick tree) and led his
team to a 23-15 victory.

Manning
finished the game 21/35 for 210 yards and a 6 yard touchdown pass to Marvin
Harrison which opened the scoring for the game.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200011120clt.htm


2006

Squaring
off against Dick Jauron’s Buffalo Bills, Peyton Manning led his team to a
low-scoring 17-16 win over the Bills.

Manning
finished the game 27/39 for 236 yards and a 1 touchdown pass to Reggie Wayne.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200611120clt.htm

On This Day:
November 11

2001

Peyton
Manning missed the first down of his professional career due to an injury when
he broke his jaw in the 4th quarter against the Dolphins leading
24-20. Mark Rypien, the veteran came in and fumbled on his only snap of the
game, the Dolphins recovered, and scored taking the lead 8 plays later.

Manning
finished the game 17/29 for 259 yards 2 touchdowns, 2 interceptions, and 1
missed snap. The 1 missed snap remained the only missed snap of his career till
he was forced to miss the 2011 season. Toughness and heart goes a long way in
being a leader.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200111110clt.htm


2007

In
likely one of his worst professional games, Peyton Manning still set his team
up to take a lead with less than 2 minutes to go as he set Adam Vinateri up for
a 29 yard field goal that Vinateri proceeded to miss losing to the Chargers
23-21.

Manning
finished the night 34/56 for 328 yards a pair of touchdowns and 6
interceptions.

Reggie Wayne caught the first touchdown pass in the 2nd quarter
while Kenton Keith caught a 7 yarder in the 4th quarter

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200711110sdg.htm


2012

John
Fox returned to Carolina as his Denver Broncos faced his former team. Peyton
Manning led the Broncos to a 36-14 to give his coach the victory against his
old team.

Manning
finished the game 27/38 for 301 yards and a touchdown pass of 10 yards to
Brandon Stokley.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201211110car.htm

On This Day:
November 10

2002

Peyton
Manning squared off with Donovan Mcnabb and his NFC East leading Philadelphia
Eagles, beating the Eagles 35-13 ending a 3 game losing streak.

Manning
finished the game a very efficient 18/23 for 319 and 3 touchdown passes.
Manning hit future Hall of Fame wide receiver Marvin Harrison on TD passes of
57 and 43 yards and connected with future New England Patriot wide receiver
Reggie Wayne for 27 yards.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200211100phi.htm

 

2013

Peyton
Manning pulled out his Ron Burgundy underoos when facing divisional Rival San
Diego Chargers beating them 28-20.

Manning
finished the game 25/36 for 330 yards and 4 touchdown passes.

Julius Thomas caught the first touchdown pass that totaled 74 yards and
Demaryius Thomas caught the other 3 td passes which were 11, 7 and 34 yards
respectively with the last giving the Broncos a 28-6 lead in the 3rd
quarter. The 4 td passes pushed his season total to 33 under offensive
coordinator Adam Gase.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201311100sdg.htm

On This Day: November
9,

2003

Peyton
Manning was 28/45 for 347 yards, a touchdown pass to Marvin Harrison(30) and a
touchdown pass to Marcus Pollard(13) in a 28-23 loss to the Jacksonville
Jaguars.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200311090jax.htm

 

2008

Peyton
Manning was 21/40 for 240 yards and 3 touchdown passes in a 24-20 win vs. the
Pittsburgh Steelers.

Manning
hit Reggie Wayne(65), Dallas Clark (2) and Dominic Rhodes(17) for the touchdown
passes.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200811090pit.htm

2014

Peyton
Manning was 31/44 for 340 yards and 5 touchdowns in 3 quarters of play as the
Broncos defeated the Oakland Raiders 41-17 in Oakland.

Manning
connected with C.J. Anderson for a 51 yard scoring pass/run and also threw two
touchdown passes to both Emmanuel Sanders(32,15) and Julius Thomas(10,32).

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201411090rai.htm

On This Day:
11/8/2009

In
a divisional battle vs. Gary Kubiak’s Houston Texans, Peyton Manning led his
team to a 20-17 win leading a 4th quarter comeback that ended with a
Joseph Addai 2 yard touchdown run.

Manning
finished the game 34/51 for 318 yards, a touchdown pass to Addai that opened
the scoring in the first quarter.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200911080clt.htm

On This Day:
11/8/2004

Peyton
Manning and his team jumped out to an early 14-0 lead, but with less than 3
minutes to go, found the game tied in a shootout with Daunte Culpepper.

Manning
led his team down the field in the final minutes to set up a Mike Vanderjagt
game winning field goal from 35 yards.

Manning
finished the game 23/29 for 268 yards and 4 touchdown passes. Tight End Marcus
Pollard hauled in a pair of them(10,19) and Reggie Wayne caught one from 5
yards, while Dallas Clark and Manning connected from 4 yards out.

The
4 scoring passes pushed his 8 game total to 26.

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200411080clt.htm