Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning hit a milestone on Sunday (Oct. 5), when he threw his 500th career touchdown.
With nearly five minutes left in the first quarter, the 38-year-old star connected with Julius Thomas on the way to Denver’s 41-20 victory over the Arizona Cardinals to reach the remarkable milestone, which makes him just the second in league history. He’s now closing in on Brett Favre’s 508 mark.
By the end of the game, he threw two more touchdowns, putting his mark at 503. He also threw for a career-high 479 yards on the day — his 13th career 400-yard passing game, which ties him for the most 400-yard passing games in NFL with Dan Marino.