Peyton Manning = best ever?

As should be no surprise to anyone following the NFL in 2013, Peyton Manning has broken the single-season record for touchdown passes in a season. A slight surprise: He did it with one whole game remaining, thanks to a 400-yard, four-touchdown performance at the Houston Texans on Sunday (his Denver Broncos won 37-13). Manning now has 51 scoring tosses on the year, one more than Tom Brady posted in his 16-0 campaign in 2007. Next up: Drew Brees' single-season yardage mark (Manning trails 5,476-5,211) and, for the Broncos, the single-season points scored mark (they trail Brady's Patriots 589-572).

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  • Which team's season was/has been most impressive offensively?

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  • When will Peyton Manning break Drew Brees' single-season passing mark next Sunday at Oakland (needs 266 yards)?

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  • When will the Broncos break the Patriots' single-season points record next week at Oakland (need 18 points)?

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  • At the moment, where does Peyton Manning rank among the best QBs of all time?

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  • When he retires, where will Peyton Manning rank among the best QBs of all time?

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  • What is your pick to win the AFC?

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  • What is your pick to win the Super Bowl?

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