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By Patrick Johnson, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Oct 20th 3:56pm EDT

Peyton Manning broke the career NFL TD record, previously held by Brett Favre, when he threw his third TD on Sunday Night Football. Peyton carved up the 49ers secondary completing 22 of 26 passes for 318 yards and 4 TDs despite resting in the 4th quarter.

Fantasy Impact: Peyton, again, lived up to his elite QB1 status. The offense is highly efficient at the mid-season mark, and everyone involved is deriving fantasy value. Manning and Broncos host the Chargers Thursday night on a short week. Obviously, there's no decision at QB for Manning owners. He's locked in as a QB1 each week, and against an average Charger Defense, he'll be a high-end QB1 in week 8.

By Patrick Johnson, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Oct 13th 12:55pm EDT

Peyton Manning completed 22 of 33 passes for 237 yards and 3 TDs. The Jets pressured Manning early and often, which limited his production. However on the whole, Manning still managed to lead Broncos to victory and produce a solid QB1 fantasy day.

Fantasy Impact: The Broncos host the 49ers next Sunday night, and Peyton will be locked in as a QB1 against an average Niners secondary.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Tue, Oct 7th 8:14pm EDT

Manning had a record-breaking week in his game against the Cardinals and his efforts bring out the best in others.

Fantasy Impact: Manning makes great players unbelievable and owners of various Bronco players can thank Manning for raising the collective bar of achievement. Look for more big games from Peyton and Company in the coming weeks.

By Jonathan Dunkin, Broncos Correspondent, Tue, Sep 30th 8:15pm EDT

Peyton Manning leads Broncos into home match-up with two of his former coaches. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Bruce Arians and Tom Moore are both very familiar with Manning having coached him in the past. That street goes both ways though, and with an extra week to prepare, Manning should be primed for a big day.

By Patrick Johnson, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 8:53pm EDT

Peyton Manning led a heroic two-minute drill to tie the game at the end of regulation, despite ultimately losing in overtime. Manning completed 31 of 49 passes for 303 yards, 2 TDs and 1 INT.

Fantasy Impact: Despite a brutal matchup on the road in Seattle, Manning gritted his way to a productive fantasy performance. He remains atop the QB1 tier but has a bye coming up in Week 4.

By Patrick Johnson, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Sep 15th 9:43pm EDT

Peyton Manning completed 21 of 26 passes for 242 yards and 3 red zone TDs Sunday against Kansas City. Though not on pace to match last year's record setting pace, Manning is locked in as an every week QB1.

Fantasy Impact: The Broncos travel to Seattle in week 3, so expectations for Manning's fantasy production should be tempered. Peyton will be a mid range QB1 next week in the hostile Seattle environment.

By Patrick Johnson, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 8:04pm EDT

Peyton Manning completed 22 of 36 passes in Sunday Night's game against the Colts. He only tallied 269 yards through the air but did connect with TE Julius Thomas for 3 TDs.

Fantasy Impact: Peyton retains his elite status amongst the fantasy QBs. Manning is due for a big game next week as the Broncos play host to the Chiefs.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Thu, Sep 4th 9:50am EDT

Peyton Manning is projected to have 346 passing yards on 40 attempts this week against the Colts. (Source: FantasyPros)

Fantasy Impact: Here we go. Peyton is arguably the best passer in the NFL and he has the receivers and the blocking to make special things happen this season. His leadership is invaluable to a team that has sights on the Super Bowl and coming away with the trophy this year. He is healthy and is a must start, every week, in all formats.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Sat, Aug 23rd 11:57pm EDT

Peyton Manning had a big night against the Texans, going 21-27 for 243 yards, two touchdowns and 1 interception.

Fantasy Impact: There are several quarterbacks who might have good fantasy years, but Manning may lead the way, as he has the resources to score massive points during the 2014 campaign.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Thu, Aug 7th 2:16pm EDT

Peyton Manning has more pop on the balls he throws and has better offensive targets to start the 2014 campaign. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Manning is 18 TD's away from setting the league career record, and there will be no regression as his march continues into immortality. His throws have more zip on them then last year and he is committed to winning at Denver. The offensive line has improved with Orlando Franklin moving inside to the guard position and Emmanuel Sanders, a new addition this year, adds to the targets that Manning has at his disposal. Sanders should have a career type year in this offense. One would think that regression would be apparent at this point in his career, but Manning is other-worldly and shows no movement toward that end. Fantasy drafters should feel comfortable in selecting him to lead their team to victory this year.

FFLockerRoom | Oct 22nd
So I guess Peyton Manning is pretty good. Last week he sat out the fourth quarter against the 49ers because they were up so big. Philip Rivers always seems to play well against the Broncos so I expect this game to turn into a shootout. Peyton should be good again.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Oct 22nd
I think Manning will have a solid week, but I would not expect the video game numbers against a Chargers D that is 5th against fantasy quarterbacks the last 5 weeks. Also, 38-year old QBs tend to struggle on short rest and Manning has been average by his standards on Thursday Night the last 2 years.
ProFootballTalk | Oct 22nd
As you likely heard, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning set a record last weekend. Manning threw the 509th touchdown pass of his career, making him the NFL’s all-time leader in that category and giving the league plenty of reason to name Manning the AFC’s offensive player of the week. It’s the 27th time that Manning has…
NFL.com | Oct 22nd
Week 7 was historic for one certain veteran quarterback, but there were plenty of other surprises and impressive performances as well. Find out who brought home the hardware.
Fantasy Sports LR | Oct 21st
Week 7 saw the NFL touchdown pass record fall into the hands of Peyton Manning on Sunday night in one of his most impressive performances of the 2014 season. A couple of iffy quarterbacks got confirmed as certified starters in reality as well as in Fantasy Football; while in Washington one of the season’s most hyped QBs, … Continue reading » The post Week 8 Waiver Wir...
EDSFootball | Oct 20th
From now on, every time Peyton Manning throws a touchdown, he will break a record — his own. Entering Sunday Night Football only two passing touchdowns behind Brett Favre's 506, Manning threw three first-half touchdowns against the 49ers. Emmanuel Sanders and Wes Welker caught the first two touchdowns of the night and Demaryius Thomas caught the record-breaker. While there's still mo...
The Fantasy Fix | Oct 18th
Today I will look at six quarterbacks for week seven of the NFL season.  I have divided them in to three tiers, and given a brief explanation to why I think they are worthy of your lineups.  It is pretty straightforward and hopefully will help make your decisions simpler.  Tier One – Elite  Peyton Manning, […]
ESPN | Oct 14th
Which plays are the most difficult for NFL defenses to stop? Christopher Harris diagrams and ranks the top five, with a Peyton Manning-Julius Thomas red-zone combination coming in at No. 1.
ESPN | Oct 9th
Matthew Berry pays tribute to Peyton Manning, about to become the career leader in fantasy points, and reminds you that keeping it simple is the best way to win.
DavidGonos.com | Oct 7th
Week 6 QB Rankings — Sponsored by SKYLLZONE Last week, I was asked to provide my top-five Fantasy quarterbacks for the rest of the season, so I thought I’d share it here before we get into the Week 6 QB rankings. While Andrew Luck has the most Fantasy points, I still considered Peyton Manning to be the top Fantasy QB going forward. He […] Week 6 QB Rankings — Sponsored by ...
DavidGonos.com | Sep 30th
Week 5 QB Rankings — Sponsored by SKYLLZONE Did you survive Bye-mageddon, as Bob Harris of FootballDiehards.com called it? Six teams had early byes in Week 4, and teams had to scramble to fill their lineups. Our Week 5 QB rankings brings back Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson into the fold. But then again, with two teams on byes this week, so you’ll […] Week 5 QB Rankings &mdash...
RotoBaller | Sep 26th
Don’t Do Something That You’ll Regret Week four in the NFL will be especially challenging for fantasy sports players as six teams are on their bye week. You may be one of the Fantasy Football Owner’s hurting from having star players like Peyton Manning and Marshawn Lynch sitting on the bench but you can also […]
Breaking Football | Sep 25th
Peyton Manning is taking the week off. Only physically, we know, as his mental process hasn’t stopped in about 18 years, but still, a week off is a week off. He’ll undoubtedly come back as good as ever after that break, but his future awesomeness doesn’t do your fantasy football team a whole lot of good in week four. Heck, maybe it didn’t save you through the first three we...
ESPN | Sep 19th
Christopher Harris looks at how the Seahawks got to Peyton Manning at the Super Bowl, and whether Manning is worth sitting in fantasy leagues for their rematch.
ESPN | Sep 18th
Are you concerned about Peyton Manning's matchup versus the Seahawks this week? Christopher Harris explains why you shouldn't be.
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 17th
Fantasy is a speculative game. Predict the future, and you look like a genius. Don't, and you're painfully human. Gazing into the crystal ball, here's our view on 10 intriguing over/unders for Week 3. No passer has surpassed 20 standard fantasy points in Seattle in 14 straight games. With that in mind, Peyton Manning fantasy points at the Left Coast Link 19.9.  Scott – UNDER. I don...
ESPN | Sep 10th
Percy Harvin on the jet sweep and LeSean McCoy on an outside-zone run both make Chris Harris' list of the most unstoppable plays in the NFL.