Peyton Manning continues his amazing season of stats in the NFL.
Peyton had his worst game of 2013. And he's STILL on pace for 5,811yds & 59 TDs. Week 6 HIGHLIGHTS – http://t.co/lgv0H8JGzZ
— NFL (@nfl) October 14, 2013
It was an excellent outing by most player’s standards, but the Denver Broncos Peyton Manning struggled to keep up with his own record pace in week six of the NFL season.
Manning went 28 for 42 for 295 yards, marking the first time he’s been held under 300 this season. His two touchdown passes gave him 22 on the year, a record for an NFL quarterback through six games.
But he also lost a pair of fumbles on bad exchanges from center and threw his second interception of the season, which linebacker Paul Posluszny returned 59 yards for a touchdown to pull the Jaguars within 14-12 before the half.
However, the Broncos had too much skill for the winless Jags as they ran out comfortable 35-19 winners.