Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw his second touchdown pass of the day to tight end Julius Thomas, and this puts him three away from breaking the record.
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The Denver Broncos hold a 17-7 lead at halftime over the New York Jets, and quarterback Peyton Manning is getting that much closer to breaking the all-time record for touchdown passes.
The record is currently held by former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre with 508. Manning has thrown two touchdowns in the first half, and he is three away from surpassing Favre.
Manning threw his second touchdown pass of the game to tight end Julius Thomas after a Jets defender hopelessly tried to tip the ball away.
Here is a video from Vine of Manning closing in on Favre’s record.