This Sunday in a game against the Houston Texans, Peyton Manning broke Tom Brady’s touchdown record of fifty touchdown passes in one year when he completed his fifty-first touchdown pass to Julius Thomas. Peyton Manning has fifty-one touchdown passes this year, and he still has one more regular season game to play. Brady set the record back in 2007, when he threw a touchdown pass to Randy Moss in the final game of the season. That was arguably Brady’s best year and P. Manning is having his best year of his career, but it is yet to be determined if he will end the year with a Superbowl victory. As we know, Brady’s fifty touchdown pass year ended in a disappointment; him and the New England Patriots lost to the New York Giants in the Superbowl that year. I’m personally hoping for another clash of these two titans in the playoffs, but regardless, congratulations to Peyton Manning on another record-breaking achievement.
“Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.”