Manning's two TD passes set Colts mark

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Colts quarterback Peyton Manning set a
club record with his 288th career touchdown pass Sunday, breaking
the mark held by Johnny Unitas.

Manning entered the game against the Carolina Panthers needing
one TD pass to match Unitas' 287, and tied the Hall of Famer with a
4-yard scoring pass to Joseph Addai with 12:11 left in the third

Then, Manning broke the record when he pump-faked and found
Reggie Wayne behind cornerback Ken Lucas for a 59-yard touchdown
with 4:47 left in the period.