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  1. Manning Breaks Favre’s Touchdown Record

    Brett who? With three first-half completions Sunday night, Denver’s Peyton Manning tied and broke Brett Favre’s record of 508 TD passes — and then threw two more — to crush San Francisco 42-17. After 399 scoring passes in 13 seasons with Indianapolis, Manning was considered damaged goods due to a debilitating neck injury. But since the New Orleans native joined the Broncos in 2012, he’s averaged 45 TD passes and surpassed a record it took 20 seasons to set, promising to make his eventual tally an incredible feat.

    USA Today, Denver Post, ESPN

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