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Broncos' Peyton Manning earns Offensive Player of the Year

Add yet another award to Peyton Manning's resume.

The Denver Broncos quarterback earned The Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year award for 2013 at "NFL Honors" on Saturday.

Manning produced perhaps his best season in his 16th year in the league. He passed for a league-high 5,477 yards along with 55 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions while leading the Broncos to an NFL record 606 points; his passer rating was 115.1.

The Broncos finished the regular season 13-3 en route to a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. On Sunday, Manning will look to top his stellar 2013 campaign with a Lombardi Trophy on Sunday.

Manning's only other Offensive Player of the Year award came in 2004 with the Indianapolis Colts when he passed for 4,557 yards with 49 TDs through the air and 10 INTs.

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