Top 5 Peyton Manning Playoff TD Passes

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After the game against San Francisco 49ers on Week 7 Sunday, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is the official NFL's new all-time leader in career touchdown passes. However, the career touchdown record includes only those scored in the regular season.  And here is list of Peyton Manning's top 5 playoff Touchdown Passes.

5. Dec. 30, 2000, vs. Dolphins

Manning didn't throw a TD pass in his first career playoff game -- a loss to the Titans in the 1999 season. His first postseason TD pass was 17 yards to Jerome Pathon to give the Colts a 14-0 lead over the Dolphins in a wild-card game the Colts ended up losing 23-17.

4. Jan. 4, 2004, vs. Broncos

Manning was 0-3 as a postseason starter when the Broncos came to Indianapolis for a wild-card game. It was never close as Manning threw his first TD pass -- 31 yards to Brandon Stokley -- 3 minutes, 5 seconds in. He finished with more TD passes (five) than incompletions (four) in a 41-10 victory.

3. Jan. 21, 2007, vs. Patriots

Manning had lost two previous playoff meetings to the Patriots (one TD, five interceptions in those two games). Manning threw a 1-yard scoring pass to Dan Klecko that tied the AFC Championship Game at 21 in the third quarter. The Colts had trailed 21-3 in the first quarter and went on to win 38-34. 

2. Jan. 12, 2014, vs. Chargers

In his post-neck surgery career with the Broncos, Manning threw three TD passes in his first playoff game with Denver, but the Broncos lost in OT to end the 2012 season. In this one, Manning threw a 2-yard TD to Demaryius Thomas in his first Broncos postseason win.

1. Feb. 4, 2007, vs. Bears

Manning tossed a 53-yard TD to Reggie Wayne in the first quarter of Super Bowl XLI. The play helped power the Colts to Manning's only Super Bowl win.

Any fans of NFL won't forget the astonishing pass, delivered by the NFL's new all-time leader in career touchdown passes, Peyton Manning.


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