Last week, Peyton Manning broke the single-season touchdown pass record. On Sunday, Manning and the Broncos needed just two quarters to rewrite much of the rest of the NFL's record book.
Peyton threw for 266 yards - the exact number he needed to break the single-season record held by Drew Brees - and four touchdowns, giving him 55 on the season. It's his ninth time hitting the four-score mark this season, extending his own NFL record.
As for the team, they have now scored the most points, touchdowns, first downs, and extra points of any team in history.
Of course, Matt Prater has kicked all of them, so it follows that he also has the new individual mark.
The only other records that remain in reach (at least according to PFT) are the most 300- and 400-yard games in a season by a QB.