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Published: Oct. 7, 2013 at 02:03 a.m.
Updated: Oct. 7, 2013 at 03:19 p.m.

Mind-blowing stats for Peyton Manning

What records did Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos break this week? Find out with these eight mind-blowing stats.

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  • Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, Brett Favre 8

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    Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, Brett Favre

    In Sunday's thrilling 51-48 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, Peyton Manning passed Dan Marino to move into second place on the all-time passing yards list. With 61,371 yards, Manning still has some work to do before eclipsing Brett Favre's NFL-record 71, 838 yards passing.

  • Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner 7

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    Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner

    Peyton Manning and the Broncos have scored the most points in NFL history through the first five games of a season, 13 points more than Kurt Warner's St. Louis Rams of 2000.

  • Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner 6

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    Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner

    Peyton Manning has led the Broncos to five straight games with 35+ points, second-most to start a season in NFL history, behind only the Greatest Show on Turf. Kurt Warner and the St. Louis Rams scored 35+ points in the first six games of the 2000 season.

  • Peyton Manning, Daunte Culpepper 5

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    Peyton Manning, Daunte Culpepper

    Manning's 20 passing TDs are the most in NFL history through the first five games of the season, two more than Daunte Culpepper, who threw 18 for the Vikings during the first five games of 2004.

  • Peyton Manning 4

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    Peyton Manning

    Before throwing his first INT of season in the third quarter Sunday at Dallas, Manning had 20 TDs and no INTs. Manning's 20 TDs are most TD passes to start a season without an INT in NFL history, four more than the previous record-holder, Milt Plum of the 1960 Cleveland Browns.

  • Peyton Manning, Tom Brady 3

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    Peyton Manning, Tom Brady

    With Sunday's win, Manning joins Tom Brady as the only QBs in NFL history with multiple win streaks of 16+ games. Manning's other major win streak was 23 games, extending over the 2008-09 seasons. Brady has winning streaks of 21 and 18 games.

  • Peyton Manning, Drew Brees 2

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    Peyton Manning, Drew Brees

    Peyton Manning threw for 414 yards during the Broncos' Week 5 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, giving him 300+ yards passing in seven consecutive games. Only Drew Brees has had a longer streak, passing for 300+ yards in nine consecutive games, during two separate stints. Brees' most recent streak was snapped in Week 5 at Chicago, when the Saints QB threw for 288 yards against the Bears.

  • Peyton Manning, John Elway 1

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    Peyton Manning, John Elway

    On Sunday, Peyton Manning became the first QB in Broncos history to throw four TD passes and run for a TD in a game. John Elway threw three TD passes and rushed for a TD twice in his 16-year career with Denver.

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