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Peyton Manning’s 2010 Season: In Retrospect, Really Not All That Bad
Last season, by most accounts, Peyton Manning had a bad season. I'm simply here to make two points:
1. Peyton Manning's 2010 season was not that bad.
2. Peyton Manning's 2010 season was not entirely his fault.
450 of 679, 66.3%, 4700 yards, 33 TD's, 17 INT's.
Just analyzing them on their own, we can come up with a few things. First, he threw a LOT of passes. The single-season record is 691, set by Drew Bledsoe in 1994.
Second, he completed a LOT of passes. Bledsoe only completed 400 passes in 1994, for a completion percentage of around 59%. Manning set the all-time single season completion record, with a decent 66.3%.
Third, he threw for a LOT of yards. 4700 yards is good for 11th highest all-time for a single season. It is also Manning's personal best.
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