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Stats from Colts.com
Not that Peyton Manning needs any introduction but he is on pace to break every passing record in the history of the NFL. He is currently third in career touchdowns and on his current pace will surpass Dan Marino for second all-time in 2011. Manning is also third all-time in completions and is on pace to surpass Marino for second in 2012. He is fourth in passing yards and is on pace to pass John Elway for third in 2010 and Marino for second also in 2012. He is on pace to move into second all-time in wins in 2011, passing Marino and John Elway. Manning is second all-time for consecutive starts, potentially becoming the league's career iron man when he retires. Finally, Manning owns the greatest passer to receiver touchdown combination in history (112 to Marvin Harrison), the quarterback to receiver reception title (953 also to Harrison), and the most yards between a quarterback and receiver in a career (12,756 to Harrison).
Manning led the Colts to a Super Bowl victory in 2006 and an AFC Championship in 2009. He also led the Colts to the playoffs in 10 of his 12 NFL seasons, including to seasons with 12 or more wins seven years in a row, also an NFL record.