Peyton Manning is pretty good, in case you haven't heard. In Week 11 against the San Diego Chargers, the legendary quarterback, now with the Denver Broncos, threw touchdown No. 421 of his career, moving past Dan Marino for sole possession of second place all time in passing touchdowns. He would have gotten the record last year if it weren't for that unfortunate neck injury. The Broncos lead the Chargers 10-7 at the time of this writing.
At age 36, Manning is playing some of the best football of his career. He's now up to 22 touchdowns on the season, and has a chance to top 3,000 yards by the end of the day. His success has trickled down to the rest of the offense – Manning is getting career years out of Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, and solid production from the ageless Willis McGahee.
There's only one man to beat for the TD record – Brett Favre with 508. Hopefully Manning's cyborg neck will hold up.