Third-quarter shovel pass equals 1984 mark
INDIANAPOLIS -- Peyton Manning broke one of football's most hallowed records, and his reward was praise from one of his boyhood idols.
Manning broke Dan Marino's single-season touchdown pass record when he threw his 48th and 49th of the season on Sunday against San Diego. And he did it in dramatic fashion, rallying the Colts from a 31-16 fourth-quarter deficit to win 34-31 in overtime.
Right after the game he got to speak with Marino, the player he
grew up idolizing ...
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