The only qualms one should have about Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos at this point is if they can continue their offensive dominance in the playoffs. But for now, take pleasure in how you've witnessed the greatest regular season offense in the history of the NFL. The Broncos broke the 2007 Patriots record for most points in a season (589) with 603 as they blowout the Raiders 31-0 at halftime. Manning also broke another single-season record; he surpassed Drew Brees (5,476 yards) for the single-season passing yard mark. He had thrown for 5,477 yards when he connected with Demaryius Thomas for a touchdown.

Legendary stuff right here, but again, the question is if this is another high mark on the road to a Super Bowl championship.

Also, can we get a shoutout to Matt Prater for most extra points made in a season.

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[via NFL]