Peyton Manning gets Mile High: Honors Colorado with 420 celebration

Scott Cunningham

More like the "Bong-cos", am I right?

Party-on Mann -- Excuse me, Peyton Manning, got mile high for Denver fans on Sunday when he passed for career touchdown No. 420. Less than a week after the state of Colorado passed a groundbreaking recreational marijuana law, Manning busted out the big bongs when he reached a milestoned, sorry, milestone with his new career mark.

He now ties Dan "Danimal" Marino for second all-time in career touchdown passes.

It's been a long time since his days a fresh, green rookie but Manning has smoked the competition ever since he joined the NFL (Need Funyuns League). He's still got a long ways to go before becoming the overall leader, sitting 88 touchdowns behind Brett Favre, but there are probably a lot of dudes in Colorado right now that wish he would stay right where he is.

If the Panthers keep playing defense like they are doing so far, weed we'd expect him to hit 421 any moment now.

Marijuana.

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