Peyton Manning tore up the record books during the 2013 regular season with the Denver Broncos.
He set a single-season record with 55 touchdowns, breaking Tom Brady's previous mark of 50 TDs.
Manning also set a record for single-season passing yards with 5,477 to top Drew Brees' previous mark.
Manning's efforts led Denver to a league-record 606 points during the regular season.
Manning, who is seen here congratulating Ray Lewis after the Ravens topped the Broncos during the 2012-2013 playoffs, was named the 2013 Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated.
One of Manning's blemishes on his 2013 record came against the Colts when Manning returned to Indianapolis for the first time since being released by the team after undergoing four neck surgeries. The loss to the Colts was the Broncos first loss of the 2013 season.
Manning and the Broncos finished the 2013 regular season with a 13-3 record. They also posted losses against New England and San Diego.
Manning's efforts earned him his 13th selection to the Pro Bowl.
Manning posted a 115.1 QB rating during the 2013 regular season.