The term "prolific" might not cut it any longer, especially for NFL quarterbacks hoping to throw their way into the record book. A prolific quarterback might account for 35 touchdown passes in a career year and earn a Pro Bowl trip but he still won't get near the NFL's new single-season record. In order to get there, quarterbacks will need to be Peylific.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw his 48th, 49th, 50th and 51st touchdown passes of the 2013 season against the Houston Texans in Week 16 to establish a new single season record. His 51 touchdown tosses topped the previous mark established by Tom Brady in 2007.
Manning's record-setting toss was a 25-yard touchdown strike to tight end Julius Thomas against the Texans. The tight end was also on the receiving end of Manning's first touchdown strike of the season. From his 1st to his 51st, here is video of every touchdown pass that Manning his thrown during the 2013 season, so far.