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16th Nov 2015

Peyton Manning looked pretty p***ed off to break all-time NFL passing record (Video)

Good day, bad day

Gareth Makim

A little from Column A, a little from Column B.

Well, if you’re Peyton Manning, it’s probably a lot from Column B this morning, as he recounts the Denver Broncos 29-13 defeat by the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday.

It was one of the worst performances of Manning’s illustrious career, as the former Indianapolis Colt was benched for back-up Brock Osweiler after throwing four interceptions and standing on an almost unheard 0.0 quarterback rating.

But the day did begin on a high, though, as Manning’s first completion, a four-yarder to running back Ronnie Hillman, took him past Brett Favre’s NFL record mark of 71,838 passing yards.

Not that Manning enjoyed the moment. The 39-year-old looked pretty pissed off when the game stopped to mark his achievement, as the ball was passed to a Hall of Fame representative to be immortalised in Canton, Ohio.

And Green Bay Packers legend Favre interrupted his latest wildlife excursion to congratulate Manning, who entered the game tied with Favre on 186 career wins but will have to wait at least another week to make that record his own.

In only how he can, Brett Favre sends along congrats to Peyton Manning.

Posted by Denver Broncos on Sunday, November 15, 2015