Denver Broncos head coach John Fox thinks Peyton Manning can be even better than in 2013, where he threw for an NFL record 55 touchdowns.
The Denver Broncos are coming off a humiliating 43-8 Super Bowl loss to the Seattle Seahawks, but their season will also be remembered for producing the highest-scoring offense in NFL history.
The AFC champions produced 606 points throughout the regular season, and they averaged 37.9 points per game.
Quarterback Peyton Manning was largely responsible for the offense’s success, and he threw for a career-high 5,477 yards and 55 touchdowns, which marked the single-season NFL record for touchdown passes. The Broncos’ signal caller also kept his interceptions down with just 10, and his passer rating was a whopping 115.1.
Manning easily won his fifth MVP award with those numbers, but Broncos head coach John Fox believes that the reigning MVP can be even better. “I think so, we talk about that every day,” Fox said in an interview with NFL Total Access.
It will be virtually impossible for Manning to repeat his 2013 numbers, but he will still be among the league leaders in every significant passing category as he has shown no sign of slowing down.