Peyton Manning Will Retire Win or Lose In Superbowl L

Peyton Manning Will Retire Win or Lose In Superbowl L

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No one can deny that over his NFL career with the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos Peyton Manning has been one of the very best and most reliable QB’s ever to play the game with records like this:

  • Oldest Starting QB in Superbowl (2016)
  • All time passing yards (2015) 71,940
  • NFL career passing touchdown record: 539
  • Single season touchdown record (2013): 55
  • Most passing yards, season (2013): 5,477
  • Most games throwing for 300+ yards: 86
  • Most passing touchdowns in a single game (tied, 2013): 7
  • Most games with a passing rating higher than 105: 92
  • Most games with a perfect passer rating of 158.3: 5
  • Most seasons with 350+ completions: 9
  • Most games completing 80-percent passing: 16
  • Highest completion percentage in a postseason game with 450+ yards (2005): 81.8
  • Highest yards-per-game, season (2013): 342.31
  • Most seasons passing for 4,000+ yards: 13
  • Most consecutive seasons with 25+ touchdowns: 15
  • One of two quarterbacks to ever beat all 32 teams (along with Brett Favre)
  • First quarterback to beat 31 franchises: 2007
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    There has been a lot of talk about his retirement for the last couple of years but he has never pulled the trigger.

    Our Spy’s have confirmed that after this Superbowl 50 against the Panthers win or lose he will be done as a player in the NFL and will be moving into broadcasting for FOX sports after a contract has been inked worth millions. “The deal has already been done behind closed doors.” says an insider at the Denver Broncos camp.

    As for who will take over the reins at the QB position for the Broncos in the 2016 season: “This is still up in the air and management has not decided what way they will be going for the next season at this time.” Then asked about Brock: “Though backup Brock Osweiler did a great job in Peyton’s absence he has not been locked in as the starter for the 2016 season, look for that decision sometime mid summer 2016.”

    Here is a few cool videos of Peyton: