For the second time in three weeks - and the fourth time since he came to Denver - Peyton Manning has been named the AFC's Offensive Player of the Week.
Manning completed 32 of 37 passes (including four drops) for 374 yards and three scores, giving him the NFL's most ever through three games, with twelve.
Peyton currently leads all NFL quarterbacks in completions (122), completion rate (73%), yards (1,143), touchdowns (12), interceptions (0), yards per attempt (9.4), adjusted yards per attempt (11.3), QB rating (134.7), Total QBR (89.71), net yards per attempt (8.92), and adjusted net yards per attempt (10.83).
He's also tops in Win Probability Added (1.29), Expected Points Added (58.3), and Success Rate (59%), according to ANS.
From PFF's perspective, Manning is also the league's highest-graded quarterback (+14.3), and by a large margin (Philip Rivers is second at +8.6).
It's the 25th time Peyton has won this honor during his 16-year career.