Monday February 8th, 2016

With Sunday’s Super Bowl victory, Peyton Manning is now the only starting quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl with two different teams. 

Manning completed 13 of 23 passes for 141 yards in the Broncos’ 24–10 win over the Panthers in Super Bowl 50, giving the 18-year veteran yet another career accomplishment. He entered the game as the only quarterback to even reach the Super Bowl with two different teams.

Manning’s other Super Bowl victory came after the 2006 season, when he led the Colts to a 29–17 win in Super Bowl XLI and earned game MVP honors for his 247-yard performance.

– Kenny Ducey

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