In 2004, Peyton Manning averaged 6.85 completions per touchdown. No other QB in NFL history has come close to matching that numbers. Many people say Manning's 2013 season was his best year because he broke the TD record, but he did so by throwing the ball 160 more times than he did in 2004, only managing to produce 6 more TDs. Manning's 2004 season is far and away the most efficient season by any QB in NFL history. The only reason Aaron Rodger's had a better quarterback rating in 2011 was because Rodgers threw 4 less interceptions, but in every other metric Peyton exceeded.
Submitted April 09, 2017 at 09:01PM by PerryDuke
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