Week 3 is over and there is a lot to talk about in the NFL. The Chicago Bears looked dominant over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New York Giants didn’t score a single point, and, as expected, the Jacksonville Jaguars did not win again.
But once again stealing the show on Monday night was the historic Peyton Manning, who broke another NFL record.
This time, Manning broke the record for most touchdown passes inside the first month of the season.
Despite yet more success, however, the Denver Broncos quarterback still doesn't seem to be completely satisfied.
Manning evidently strongly believes that this offense can, believe it or not, get better from here.
Should Manning continue to play like this, then we could see him break the record for most touchdown passes in a season. This is a record that was set by Manning himself in 2004 and broken by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in 2007.
It would appear that Peyton wants his record back.
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