Peyton Manning (2002-NFL Edition “Indianapolis Colts #18”) Blue..
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>>>UPPER DECK COLLECTIBLES<<< A must have for any Peyton fan!.. ***..."A BIT OF INFO"...*** Peyton's most notable blunder at Tennessee came when he mooned a friend during a physical, a gag that offended assistant trainer Jamie Whited. She reported the incident, and Peyton was barred from eating with the team for two weeks. Peyton ended his Tennessee career as the SEC leader in wins (39), completions (863), passing yards (11,201), completion percentage (62.49) and 300+-yard games (18). At 22 years, five months and 13 days, Peyton was the seventh-youngest starting quarterback in NFL history. Just ahead of him on that list was his father (22 years and four months for New Orleans in 1971). Peyton tossed 100 touchdown passes in his first 56 NFL games. Only Dan Marino and Johnny Unitas reached this plateau faster. In 1999, Peyton teamed with Edgerrin James and Marvin Harrison to become just the second trio of 4,000-1,500-1,500 performers in NFL history. The first to do it were Scott Mitchell, Barry Sanders and Herman Moore for the Detroit Lions in 1995. Peyton is the only quarterback in NFL history to open a career with six straight 3,000+-yard seasons. Peyton and Steve McNair were just the third pair to share NFL MVP honors. The others were Favre and Barry Sanders (1997), and Norm Van Brocklin and Joe Schmidt (1960). In 2003, Peyton passed for at least 25 TDs for the sixth season in a row. He broke the record of five set by Marino and Brett Favre. In 2004, Peyton's 13 straight games with two or more touchdowns to start a season broke Johnny Unitas