What awards will Peyton win this year?

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    Did anyone else notice that old horse face selected another team named after horses?? The two awards he will definitely win are:

    Most horse face looks after fumbling or throwing a pick at the worst time possible.

    and

    Most times throwing your teammates and/or coaches under the bus after a loss.
     
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    [QUOTE]That's quite a resume but you forgot one VIP award. Here, I'll update it for you; Throughout Peytons career he has won many NFL awards. NFL MVP (2003 (shared with Steve McNair), 2004, 2008, 2009) Best NFL Player ESPY Award(2004,2005) 11× Pro Bowl (1999–2000, 2002–2010) 5× First-team All-Pro (2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) 3× Second-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2006) 2× Bert Bell Award (2003, 2004) 6× AFC Offensive Player of the Year Awards (1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) 1998 NFL All-Rookie First Team 2004 Fedex Express Player of the Year 2005 Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award 2005 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award 2005 Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award 2005 Pro Bowl MVP 2007 Super Bowl MVP 2007 Best Championship Performance ESPY Award Most "sacks" on a female trainer award Most "offensive" player of the year award.
    Posted by pezz4pats[/QUOTE]

    I'm not 100% certain of this, but Paidaton must have set some sort of NFL record for pick-sixes in the 2008-2009 timeframe.  He was throwing them so frequently those years, opposing teams were formulating their game plans around picking up 6-14 points a game from his miscues when they played the Dolts.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : Football is all about trash talking and if you can't deal with it.... don't read or post... life is too short to be mad all the time boy.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    HAHAHA.....LOL

    That certainly wasn't your opinion when Cool and I used to 'own' your sorry *rse on the Star...!

    You whined and cried like a little beotch..!


     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : I'm pretty sure Brady set some kind of record for fumbling the ball over the past few years as well.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    That clinches it..!

    I am now 100% certain that you don't watch the Patriots at all, and probably very little other football as well.


    In other words, you speak out of your...............
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : Don't underestimate my influence here at Boston.com. I'd hate to get you bounced here as I did at the Star. This is just like old times BoBo....I wish I could tell you where we all go now but nobody likes you and you'll probably last about as long as I do here....if not less.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    HAHAHA......I'm sure they don't..!

    I wouldn't be especially fond of someone who continuously made me look like a fool, every time I opened my mouth and expressed my most cogent thoughts, as I did so often with you and your chums...!

    And I wouldn't tell you either, if it meant I had to look forward to continued humiliation.  

    You aren't very bright, as the entire membership at Boston.com has just learned, in the short time you have graced us with your pestilence......I mean, presence.
     
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    [QUOTE] I'm pretty sure Brady set some kind of record for fumbling the ball over the past few years as well.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]


    Eli has averaged more fumbles per start than Brady.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : But I'm not here to make fun of Eli...Please stay on topic.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]


    Well, you come with a name that makes you quite vulnerable as you endeavor to succeed in that which you seek.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : LOL...Its actually "Peyton" ManningRules. I could care less about Eli, I know nothing about the Man. If you want to throw insults back and forth lets keep them about Peyton and Tom.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    Do you really think at this point you are coming from a position of strength regarding Tom vs Peyton?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : Yes, I do.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    Tom has him beat in just about every category. That doesn't seem a very strong position to hail from.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : Manning vs. Brady: Numbers don't lie: Peyton is a more accurate QB, Tom is on a better team, Peyton gets rid of ball quicker, Tom is better at cheating.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    Numbers don't lie. Brady 2.6 TDs/INT - Manning 2.0 TDs/INT. Looks like Brady is more accurate. Unless you consider throwing to the wrong guy being accurate.

    How do you come up with Tom being on a better team?

    Exactly what stat is "getting rid of the ball quicker"?

    Prove Brady or the team ever cheated. He/they didn't.

    Of course you always will have that little "dome" problem whenever you try to argue this as well. It's not really even close anymore. Brady eclipsed Manning some time ago.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : Numbers don't lie. Brady 2.6 TDs/INT - Manning 2.0 TDs/INT. Looks like Brady is more accurate. Unless you consider throwing to the wrong guy being accurate. How do you come up with Tom being on a better team? Exactly what stat is "getting rid of the ball quicker"? Prove Brady or the team ever cheated. He/they didn't. Of course you always will have that little "dome" problem whenever you try to argue this as well. It's not really even close anymore. Brady eclipsed Manning some time ago.
    Posted by BabeParilli[/QUOTE]

    Don't let him suck you in, Babe...!

    You can't win an argument with a fool.....they don't consider facts at all.  They are dominated in their thinking by their dreams.  MR dreams of Manning being the Greatest of All Time, as if it will somehow elevate him (MR) to greater heights as a person, or something.

    He's the epitomy of "Blind Homer".
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : Every category ? I only see a couple. NFL records: Regular season: Most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 11 (1999–2004, 2006–2010) Most consecutive seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 6 (1999–2004; tied with Drew Brees) Most games with 40+ pass attempts in a season: 10 (2010) Most consecutive seasons with at least 20 touchdown passes: 13 (1998–2010) Most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes: 13 (1998–2010) Most games with a perfect passer rating, career: 4 (includes 1 playoff game) Most consecutive games started to open a career: 208 Most consecutive games with at least 2 touchdown passes: 13 (games 1–13, 2004) Most consecutive games with at least 4 touchdown passes: 5 (games 7–11, 2004) Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, season: 6 (2004; tied with 1984 Marino) Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, career: 24 (includes 2 playoff games; tied with Brett Favre) Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes, career: 7 (includes 1 playoff game) Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 4 (tied with Tom Brady) One of only seven QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes in two games (tied with Sammy Baugh, Y.A. Tittle, Daryle Lamonica, Tom Brady, Charley Johnson and George Blanda) One of only two QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions in two games (tied with Tom Brady) Most regular games with at least 300 passing yards: 63 (tied with Dan Marino) Most regular and postseason games with at least 300 passing yards: 71 Most games with at least 400 yards passing and no interceptions: 4 Most career touchdown passes in Thursday games: 25 Most touchdown passes on a Thursday game: 6 (tied with Bob Griese) Largest career TD-INT differential: 201 Highest career passing TDs/game average (min. 150 TD passes): 1.918 TDs/game Second-Highest career passing yards/game average: 263.6 (Drew Brees, 263.7) Second-Highest career completions/game average (min. 100 games played): 22.5 (Drew Brees, 23.4) Highest completion percentage by a QB in one month in NFL history (min. 75 attempts): 81.8% (December 2008) Most career games with a completion percentage of 70% or higher (min. 10 attempts): 66 Most consecutive regular season wins as a starter: 23 (2008–2009) Most seasons with 10+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 11 (1999–2000, 2002–2010) Most seasons with 12+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 8 (1999, 2003–2009) Only QB with at least 12 wins as a starter in 7 consecutive seasons (2003–2009) Only QB with nine straight seasons of 10+ wins as a starter (2002–2010) Only QB to lead five consecutive 4th quarter comeback wins (games 7–11, 2009) Most fourth quarter comeback wins in one season: 7 (2009) First QB to defeat the other 31 teams in the regular season (Tom Brady did this later the same day, and Brett Favre did it the following week) Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular season only: 115 (2000s) Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular & postseason: 124 (2000s) Most AP NFL MVP Awards: 4 (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009) Most Touchdown Passes in a decade: 314 (2000–2009) Most Passing Yards in a decade: 42,254 (2000–2009) Most Completions in a decade: 3,575 (2000–2009) NFL awards: NFL MVP (2003 (shared with Steve McNair), 2004, 2008, 2009) Best NFL Player ESPY Award(2004,2005) 11× Pro Bowl (1999–2000, 2002–2010) 5× First-team All-Pro (2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) 3× Second-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2006) 2× Bert Bell Award (2003, 2004) 6× AFC Offensive Player of the Year Awards (1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) 1998 NFL All-Rookie First Team 2004 AFC Offensive Player of the Year 2004 Fedex Express Player of the Year 2005 Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award 2005 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award 2005 Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award 2005 Pro Bowl MVP 2007 Super Bowl MVP 2007 Best Championship Performance ESPY Award Additionally, Manning has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month four times (9/2003, 11/2004, 10/2006, 9/2009) and Offensive Player of the Week on 21 occasions (20 AFC, 1 NFL/playoff). Playoff records Most 300+ yard passing games: 8 Most yards passing, 1st half of game: 360 vs. Denver Broncos, 1/9/05 Led the biggest comeback in conference championship game history (18 pts), 1/21/07 vs. New England One of only four QBs to post a perfect 158.3 passer rating in a game (Don Meredith, Terry Bradshaw, Dave Krieg) Most games with 20+ completions: 14 (surpassed by Tom Brady in 2011) Most games with 30+ completions: 4 (surpassed by Drew Brees in 2011) Most games with 30+ attempts: 17 Most games with 40+ attempts: 8 (tied by Tom Brady in 2011) Most completions and attempts in a single postseason: 97/153 (2006) One of only 2 quarterbacks to complete 80% of his passes in two playoff games (tied with Kurt Warner) Most consecutive postseasons with at least one start: 9 (2002–2010) Pro Bowl records: Most Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 11 (tied with Brett Favre) Most consecutive Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 9 (during the 2002–2010 seasons) Most passing attempts (career): 150 Most passing attempts (game): 41 (2004) Most completions (career): 92 Most completions (game): 22 (2004) Most passing yards (career): 1,278 Most passing yards (game): 342 (2004) Most passing touchdowns (career): 13 With Marvin Harrison: Records say it all, and Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison hold almost single record when it comes to quarterback to receiver duo’s. Most receptions at 953, most touchdowns with 112, most yards with 12,756, receptions in a single season with 143, receiving yards in a season with 1,722, and marvin harrison is the only receiver in NFL history to catch a pass in every game that he has played. Manning and former Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison hold a number of QB-WR tandem records: Most completions/receptions (career): 953 Most passing/receiving yards (career): 12,756 Most passing/receiving touchdowns (career): 112 Most completions/receptions in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 143 (2002) Most passing/receiving yards in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 1,722 (2002) Position on passing statistics leaderboards: Manning is currently on pace to break the career records in many major statistical categories for a quarterback, including most career passing touchdowns, most career completions, and most career passing yards. Manning is currently ranked in the top five in all of these categories: Touchdown Passes: 399 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 300 (tied 5th) Passes Completed: 4,682 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 3,397 (12th) Passing Yards: 54,828 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 39,979   (14th) Passer Rating: 94.9  (6th)   Tom Brady: 96.4  (4th) Completion Percentage: 64.9% (5th)  Tom Brady: 63.8%  (9th) Most consecutive starts by NFL QB -Manning 208 starts / 2nd all time. Tom Brady: 111 starts  (4th) Will be passed by Eli in 8 games Most Td's between a QB and WR - Manning to Harrison 112/ 1st all time  Most Career Wins: 141/ 4th all time.   Tom Brady: 124 (tied 5th) Career Passing Yards per Game: 263.6 (2nd)  Tom Brady: 248.3  (6th) Net Yards Per Pass Attempt:  7.17  (4th)  Tom Brady:  6.84  (11th) Passes Completed Per Game: 22.5  (2nd)  Tom Brady:  21.1   (4th) Career Pass Interception %  2.7%  (26th)  Tom Brady: 2.2%   (3rd) Career Sacked %  3.10%   (2nd)   Tom Brady:  4.93%   (21st) Career Game-Winning Drives:  46  (2nd)  Tom Brady:  35   (6th) Career Comebacks:  35 (2nd)   Tom Brady:  25   (10th) SuperBowl: Manning 1-2 Brady 3*-5 Most touchdown passes in a season: Manning 2004: Games played: 15 49 TD's 4,557 passing yards 121.1 QB rating     Brady 2007: Games played: 16 50 TD's 4,806 passing yards 117.2 QB rating On Monday Night Football against the defending champion Buccaneers, Manning and the Colts trailed 35–14 in the final five minutes. After one short TD drive, the Colts recovered the onside kick. Manning threw a 28 yard TD pass to Marvin Harrison on 4th & 6 to make it 35–28. With 1:41 remaining, Manning got the ball back and drove the offense 85 yards for the game-tying TD. He set up the 29 yard winning field goal in overtime for a stunning 38–35 win. It was the first and only time in NFL history a team won a game after trailing by 21 points in the final 4 minutes of regulation. Manning passed for 386 yards in the game. Manning became the first NFL player with four consecutive 4,000+ seasons. Indy is the fourth team in league history with 17 straight regular-season wins. Largest comeback in reguler season game, Colts come from behind win against Defending SB champs TampaBay in 2003. Largest comeback in AFC Championship game Colts 2006 , come from behind win over NewEngland No team has won more games or been to the playoffs more times since 2000 than the Indianapolis Colts. Since 2000 Colts Won 109 games. Manning is the first QB to pass for 40,000 in any decade. Manning became the fastest quarterback to 4,000 completions. Manning became the first in league history to throw for 300 TD's in a decade. Manning is the fastest ever to reach 50,000 yards passing. Manning named QB on the 2000 All-Decade Team. Manning vs. Brady: Numbers don't lie:  Peyton is a more accurate QB, Tom is on a better team , Peyton gets rid of ball quicker, Tom is better at cheating.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]


    Most of these "records" are of the "most times caught picking his nose on camera" variety.

    "Most games with 40+ pass attempts in a season"? In what way is this record worth a damn?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : But I thought you said Tom has Peyton beat in just about "every category". NFL records: Regular season: Most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 11 (1999–2004, 2006–2010) Most consecutive seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards: 6 (1999–2004; tied with Drew Brees) Most games with 40+ pass attempts in a season: 10 (2010) Most consecutive seasons with at least 20 touchdown passes: 13 (1998–2010) Most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes: 13 (1998–2010) Most games with a perfect passer rating, career: 4 (includes 1 playoff game) Most consecutive games started to open a career: 208 Most consecutive games with at least 2 touchdown passes: 13 (games 1–13, 2004) Most consecutive games with at least 4 touchdown passes: 5 (games 7–11, 2004) Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, season: 6 (2004; tied with 1984 Marino) Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes, career: 24 (includes 2 playoff games; tied with Brett Favre) Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes, career: 7 (includes 1 playoff game) Most games with at least 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 4 (tied with Tom Brady) One of only seven QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes in two games (tied with Sammy Baugh, Y.A. Tittle, Daryle Lamonica, Tom Brady, Charley Johnson and George Blanda) One of only two QBs with at least 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions in two games (tied with Tom Brady) Most regular games with at least 300 passing yards: 63 (tied with Dan Marino) Most regular and postseason games with at least 300 passing yards: 71 Most games with at least 400 yards passing and no interceptions: 4 Most career touchdown passes in Thursday games: 25 Most touchdown passes on a Thursday game: 6 (tied with Bob Griese) Largest career TD-INT differential: 201 Highest career passing TDs/game average (min. 150 TD passes): 1.918 TDs/game Second-Highest career passing yards/game average: 263.6 (Drew Brees, 263.7) Second-Highest career completions/game average (min. 100 games played): 22.5 (Drew Brees, 23.4) Highest completion percentage by a QB in one month in NFL history (min. 75 attempts): 81.8% (December 2008) Most career games with a completion percentage of 70% or higher (min. 10 attempts): 66 Most consecutive regular season wins as a starter: 23 (2008–2009) Most seasons with 10+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 11 (1999–2000, 2002–2010) Most seasons with 12+ wins as a starter (regular season only): 8 (1999, 2003–2009) Only QB with at least 12 wins as a starter in 7 consecutive seasons (2003–2009) Only QB with nine straight seasons of 10+ wins as a starter (2002–2010) Only QB to lead five consecutive 4th quarter comeback wins (games 7–11, 2009) Most fourth quarter comeback wins in one season: 7 (2009) First QB to defeat the other 31 teams in the regular season (Tom Brady did this later the same day, and Brett Favre did it the following week) Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular season only: 115 (2000s) Most wins as a starting QB in a decade, regular & postseason: 124 (2000s) Most AP NFL MVP Awards: 4 (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009) Most Touchdown Passes in a decade: 314 (2000–2009) Most Passing Yards in a decade: 42,254 (2000–2009) Most Completions in a decade: 3,575 (2000–2009) NFL awards: NFL MVP (2003 (shared with Steve McNair), 2004, 2008, 2009) Best NFL Player ESPY Award(2004,2005) 11× Pro Bowl (1999–2000, 2002–2010) 5× First-team All-Pro (2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) 3× Second-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2006) 2× Bert Bell Award (2003, 2004) 6× AFC Offensive Player of the Year Awards (1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) 1998 NFL All-Rookie First Team 2004 AFC Offensive Player of the Year 2004 Fedex Express Player of the Year 2005 Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award 2005 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award 2005 Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award 2005 Pro Bowl MVP 2007 Super Bowl MVP 2007 Best Championship Performance ESPY Award Additionally, Manning has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month four times (9/2003, 11/2004, 10/2006, 9/2009) and Offensive Player of the Week on 21 occasions (20 AFC, 1 NFL/playoff). Playoff records Most 300+ yard passing games: 8 Most yards passing, 1st half of game: 360 vs. Denver Broncos, 1/9/05 Led the biggest comeback in conference championship game history (18 pts), 1/21/07 vs. New England One of only four QBs to post a perfect 158.3 passer rating in a game (Don Meredith, Terry Bradshaw, Dave Krieg) Most games with 20+ completions: 14 (surpassed by Tom Brady in 2011) Most games with 30+ completions: 4 (surpassed by Drew Brees in 2011) Most games with 30+ attempts: 17 Most games with 40+ attempts: 8 (tied by Tom Brady in 2011) Most completions and attempts in a single postseason: 97/153 (2006) One of only 2 quarterbacks to complete 80% of his passes in two playoff games (tied with Kurt Warner) Most consecutive postseasons with at least one start: 9 (2002–2010) Pro Bowl records: Most Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 11 (tied with Brett Favre) Most consecutive Pro Bowl selections for a QB: 9 (during the 2002–2010 seasons) Most passing attempts (career): 150 Most passing attempts (game): 41 (2004) Most completions (career): 92 Most completions (game): 22 (2004) Most passing yards (career): 1,278 Most passing yards (game): 342 (2004) Most passing touchdowns (career): 13 With Marvin Harrison: Records say it all, and Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison hold almost single record when it comes to quarterback to receiver duo’s. Most receptions at 953, most touchdowns with 112, most yards with 12,756, receptions in a single season with 143, receiving yards in a season with 1,722, and marvin harrison is the only receiver in NFL history to catch a pass in every game that he has played. Manning and former Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison hold a number of QB-WR tandem records: Most completions/receptions (career): 953 Most passing/receiving yards (career): 12,756 Most passing/receiving touchdowns (career): 112 Most completions/receptions in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 143 (2002) Most passing/receiving yards in a season, QB-to-WR duo: 1,722 (2002) Position on passing statistics leaderboards: Manning is currently on pace to break the career records in many major statistical categories for a quarterback, including most career passing touchdowns, most career completions, and most career passing yards. Manning is currently ranked in the top five in all of these categories: Touchdown Passes: 399 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 300 (tied 5th) Passes Completed: 4,682 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 3,397 (12th) Passing Yards: 54,828 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 39,979   (14th) Passer Rating: 94.9  (6th)   Tom Brady: 96.4  (4th) Completion Percentage: 64.9% (5th)  Tom Brady: 63.8%  (9th) Most consecutive starts by NFL QB -Manning 208 starts / 2nd all time. Tom Brady: 111 starts  (4th) Will be passed by Eli in 8 games Most Td's between a QB and WR - Manning to Harrison 112/ 1st all time  Most Career Wins: 141/ 4th all time.   Tom Brady: 124 (tied 5th) Career Passing Yards per Game: 263.6 (2nd)  Tom Brady: 248.3  (6th) Net Yards Per Pass Attempt:  7.17  (4th)  Tom Brady:   6.84  (11th) Passes Completed Per Game: 22.5  (2nd)  Tom Brady:   21.1   (4th) Career Pass Interception %  2.7%  (26th)  Tom Brady: 2.2%   (3rd) Career Sacked %  3.10%   (2nd)   Tom Brady:   4.93%   (21st) Career Game-Winning Drives:  46  (2nd)  Tom Brady:   35   (6th) Career Comebacks:  35 (2nd)   Tom Brady:   25   (10th) SuperBowl: Manning 1-2 Brady 3*-5 Most touchdown passes in a season: Manning 2004: Games played: 15 49 TD's 4,557 passing yards 121.1 QB rating    Brady 2007: Games played: 16 50 TD's 4,806 passing yards 117.2 QB rating On Monday Night Football against the defending champion Buccaneers, Manning and the Colts trailed 35–14 in the final five minutes. After one short TD drive, the Colts recovered the onside kick. Manning threw a 28 yard TD pass to Marvin Harrison on 4th & 6 to make it 35–28. With 1:41 remaining, Manning got the ball back and drove the offense 85 yards for the game-tying TD. He set up the 29 yard winning field goal in overtime for a stunning 38–35 win. It was the first and only time in NFL history a team won a game after trailing by 21 points in the final 4 minutes of regulation. Manning passed for 386 yards in the game. Manning became the first NFL player with four consecutive 4,000+ seasons. Indy is the fourth team in league history with 17 straight regular-season wins. Largest comeback in reguler season game, Colts come from behind win against Defending SB champs TampaBay in 2003. Largest comeback in AFC Championship game Colts 2006 , come from behind win over NewEngland No team has won more games or been to the playoffs more times since 2000 than the Indianapolis Colts. Since 2000 Colts Won 109 games. Manning is the first QB to pass for 40,000 in any decade. Manning became the fastest quarterback to 4,000 completions. Manning became the first in league history to throw for 300 TD's in a decade. Manning is the fastest ever to reach 50,000 yards passing. Manning named QB on the 2000 All-Decade Team. Manning vs. Brady: Numbers don't lie:  Peyton is a more accurate QB, Tom is on a better team, Peyton gets rid of ball quicker, Tom is better at cheating.
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    Every category that matters. You know, like Brady's 16 -6 playoff record vs Peyton's 9 - 10. I thought you were being serious. My bad.



    Not some cut and paste like....

    NFL records

    Wins

    • Fewest starts to achieve 100 regular-season wins as a starter (131 starts)
    • Most wins with one head coach (124, Bill Belichick).[82]
    • Most consecutive wins, postseason: 10 (2001, 2003, 2004, 2005)
    • Most consecutive wins, regular season and postseason: 21 (2003–2004)
    • Most consecutive wins in regular-season home games: 31 (2006–2011)
    • Most seasons finishing 8–0 at home: 5 (2003, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010)
    • Only quarterback to start and win 3 Super Bowls before his 28th birthday
    • Highest winning percentage (.780) in NFL history
    • Most playoff wins: 16 - tied with Joe Montana

    Touchdowns

    • Most passing touchdowns, regular season: 50 (2007)
    • Most passing touchdowns, regular season and postseason combined: 56 (2007) – tied with Dan Marino, 1984
    • Most touchdown passes, month: 20 (October 2007)
    • Most passing touchdowns, quarter: 5 (second quarter vs. Tennessee, October 18, 2009)
    • Largest touchdown to interception differential: +42 (2007)
    • Highest touchdown to interception ratio, season: 9.0 to 1 (36 TD/4 INT, 2010) (minimum 12 TD passes)
    • Highest touchdown pass–interception ratio, career: 2.52–1 (260 TD/103 INT) (minimum 200 TD passes)
    • Most games with 3+ touchdown passes, regular season: 12 (2007)
    • Most consecutive games with 5+ touchdown passes: 2 (2007) (tied with Daunte Culpepper)
    • Most consecutive games with 3+ touchdown passes: 10 (2007)
    • Most consecutive games with 2+ touchdown passes: 13 (tied with Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Don Meredith)
    • Most consecutive games with 2+ touchdown passes and no interceptions: 9 (2010, October 24 – 2011, September 12)
    • Most games with 1 touchdown pass and no interceptions, season: 14 (2010)
    • Most games with 2 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 11 (2010)
    • Most games with 3 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 8 (2007)
    • Most games with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 5 (2007)
    • Most games with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 12 – tied with Brett Favre
    • Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 3 (2007)
    • Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 4 – tied with Peyton Manning
    • Most games with 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career 2 – tied with Peyton Manning

    Completions

    • Highest single-game completion percentage, postseason: 92.9% (vs. Jacksonville, January 12, 2008)[83]
    • Most completions in a Super Bowl: 32 – tied with Drew Brees (XXXVIII)
    • Most career Super Bowl completions: 100 (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII)
    • Largest completion–interception ratio, season: 81.0–1 (324–4) (minimum 150 completions), 2010
    • Most games with 20 completions and no interceptions, season: 10 (2007)
    • Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, career: 9 – tied with Drew Brees
    • Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, season: 5 (2007)
    • Most games with 50 pass attempts and no interceptions, career: 3

    Yards

    • Largest passing yards–interception ratio, career: 337.3–1 (34,744–103) (minimum 20,000 passing yards)
    • Largest passing yards–interception ratio, season: 975.0–1 (3,900–4) (minimum 2,000 passing yards), 2010
    • Most games with 300 yards passing and no interceptions, season: 8 (2007)

    Interception-free streaks and interception percentage

    • Most consecutive pass attempts to start a career without an interception: 162 (2000–2001)
    • Most consecutive pass attempts without an interception, regular season: 358 (2010, October 24 – 2011, September 12)
    • Third-lowest interception percentage (interceptions per attempt), career: 2.19% (Aaron Rodgers ranks first @ 1.99%; Neil O'Donnell is second @ 2.11%)

    Personal bests

    Excluding the list of NFL records above:

    21-game win streak statistics (including post-season)

    • 690 passes attempted
    • 412 passes completed
    • 4,953 passing yards
    • 34 passing touchdowns
    • 13 passes intercepted
    • 20.29 passing attempts per touchdown
    • 53.07 passing attempts per interception
    • 59.71 completion rate
    • 90.3 passer rating

    Career

    • 124–35 (.780) (regular season), 138–40 (.775) (career) as a starter
    • 8–1 (career) in overtime games
    • 37–7 (career) vs. NFC teams
    • 33 game-winning drives after a Patriots' fourth-quarter tie or deficit[84]

    Post-season records and statistics

    • NFL record for most consecutive wins in post season: 10 (broke record of Green Bay's Bart Starr).
    • Most consecutive post season wins (college and professional combined): 12
    • 3 Super Bowl victories
    • 2 Super Bowl MVP awards
    • Most completions in a Super Bowl (32 in Super Bowl XXXVIII)
    • Most career Super Bowl completions (100 in four games)
    • Highest completion percentage in a single game, minimum 20 attempts (26 of 28, 92.9%, against Jacksonville in 2007 AFC Divisional round)[85]
    • Most touchdowns passes in a playoff game(tied with Steve Young & Daryle Lamonica): 6, January 14, 2012
    • Most touchdowns passes in a playoff game half: 5, January 14, 2012
     
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    Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?

    In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?:
    [QUOTE]But what about the major statistical categories for a quarterback, including most career passing touchdowns, most career completions, most career passing yards, most career wins ? Touchdown Passes: 399 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 300 (tied 5th) Passes Completed: 4,682 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 3,397 (12th) Passing Yards: 54,828 (3rd)  Tom Brady: 39,979   (14th) Passer Rating: 94.9  (6th)   Tom Brady: 96.4  (4th) Completion Percentage: 64.9% (5th)  Tom Brady: 63.8%  (9th) Most consecutive starts by NFL QB -Manning 208 starts / 2nd all time. Tom Brady: 111 starts  (4th) Will be passed by Eli in 8 games Most Td's between a QB and WR - Manning to Harrison 112/ 1st all time  Most Career Wins: 141/ 4th all time.   Tom Brady: 124 (tied 5th) Career Passing Yards per Game: 263.6 (2nd)  Tom Brady: 248.3  (6th) Net Yards Per Pass Attempt:  7.17  (4th)  Tom Brady:   6.84  (11th) Passes Completed Per Game: 22.5  (2nd)  Tom Brady:   21.1   (4th) Career Pass Interception %  2.7%  (26th)  Tom Brady: 2.2%   (3rd) Career Sacked %  3.10%   (2nd)   Tom Brady:   4.93%   (21st) Career Game-Winning Drives:  46  (2nd)  Tom Brady:   35   (6th) Career Comebacks:  35 (2nd)   Tom Brady:   25   (10th) http://www.pro-football-reference.com/leaders/ Now I could be wrong but I could have sworn you said "Tom has him beat in just about every category."
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    Stop pulling out obscure stats and career numbers. It's making you look even more stupid than you probably are.

    Career totals are moot because Brady has thrown almost 2000 less passes and played nearly 50 less games than FetusHead. Brady beats him on just about everything when viewed from a quality standpoint.

    Passer rating, TD%, INT%, yards per completion and AY/A all favor Brady. And of course Brady owns the cherry on top. Most TD passes in a season.


    And even those are dome bloated stats for the sexual assaulter. Brady beats him by even more when you compare indoors and outdoors. You lose. Not even close anymore when you throw in Bradys winning ways on top of his stat superiority. Manning just really isn't in the conversation anymore.
     
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    Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?

    If you people havent figured out who this troll is Im amazed.
    This is another of Rusty the Clown Pink Hat's demented personality.

    Just compare his use of stats, his sentence phrasing and his negative attitude.

    Rusty get a life.Yell
     
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    Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?

    In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?:
    [QUOTE]If you people havent figured out who this troll is Im amazed. This is another of Rusty the Clown Pink Hat's demented personality. Just compare his use of stats, his sentence phrasing and his negative attitude. Rusty get a life.
    Posted by Stommpper[/QUOTE]


    Could be. The guy is such a psycho with the fake accounts.

    And the new troll does exactly what Rusty loves to do best - slam Brady and BB.
     
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    Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?

    In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : But Brady cheated and Peyton didn't. So I guess that's not a cherry up there..... It's a big fat   *   
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    There was no cheating. There is no asterisk. It's all conjured up in your troll mind.
     
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    Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?

    In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? : Sooo...This never happened? On September 13, Belichick was officially fined $500,000 USD, the maximum amount allowed under the NFL Constitution and By-Laws for the offense of illegal videtaping. The Patriots were also fined $250,000. Additionally, the Patriots will forfeit their first round draft pick in the 2008 NFL Draft if they make the playoffs. If the Patriots do not make the playoffs, they will forfeit their second and third round selections in the 2008 draft
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    That happened. I don't see cheating mentioned there. Do you?
     
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    Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? :  Why do I have to prove the Pats cheated? It's already been done. You want to deny anything happened, it just makes you look like a buffoon, even more than you already do. The Pats cheated, they got caught, why don't you just accept that fact. Admitting a problem is the first step in the healing process. Until you admit and accept the fact the Pats cheated you will ALWAYS be a moron and beyond help. You're like a crackhead that has started giving oral favor to get his rocks, you've hit bottom and only YOU can help YOU. Stupid is no way to go through life, I mean, you have survived so far, but, the way you make excuses and deny their behavior is starting to have an effect on you. I really think you're having a hard time separating fantasy from reality, you're stuck in a time warp where the Pats won in the playoffs, hadn't got caught cheating, and could beat the Colts. Wake up bimbo, get in the now....
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    The NFL never said it was cheating. You say that. You are nobody.
     
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    Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?

    In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What awards will Peyton win this year? :  Why do I have to prove the Pats cheated? It's already been done. You want to deny anything happened, it just makes you look like a buffoon, even more than you already do. The Pats cheated, they got caught, why don't you just accept that fact. Admitting a problem is the first step in the healing process. Until you admit and accept the fact the Pats cheated you will ALWAYS be a moron and beyond help. You're like a crackhead that has started giving oral favor to get his rocks, you've hit bottom and only YOU can help YOU. Stupid is no way to go through life, I mean, you have survived so far, but, the way you make excuses and deny their behavior is starting to have an effect on you. I really think you're having a hard time separating fantasy from reality, you're stuck in a time warp where the Pats won in the playoffs, hadn't got caught cheating, and could beat the Colts. Wake up bimbo, get in the now....
    Posted by ManningRules[/QUOTE]

    Please explain cheating.
    Where was there an advantage gained?
    Tapes never left the camera and never used in a game.
    How did this help them win games?
    C'mon genius, tell us!
    The experts couldn't explain how it helped but you must know.
    Let us all in on it.
    While you're at it, show us where it says in the rules or by-laws that teams can't tape.  Aren't all teams that are taping, cheating?
    If not, why?  It's perfectly legal.  Why does the location matter?  It's not like the tapers in the stands can't zoom in and count the boogers in ELI's nose.
    Please inform us all.
    Would you rather discuss how faking injuries in a game while the other team is in hurry-up/no huddle can help gain an advantage?  Isn't this stealing timeouts?
    Isn't this using more time outs than the other team.  RAMS LOL!
    Teams all get 3 time outs a half.  Why do the jints always take more?
    Why is it part of their game plan?  Why do they have signals that say when and who should drop.  Do all teams do this?
    C'mon genius?  Let us all in on it.
     
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