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2003 Record: 12-4
379-of-566 (67%), 4,267 yards, 29 TD, 10 INT
Manning's 2003 season just missed the cut, which seems sacrilegious to the football gods.
Please, gods, do not punish me.
That stat line is a career year for about 90 percent of the quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL.
To take the statistics a step further, Manning threw a touchdown on 5.1 percent of his passes while throwing an interception on only 1.8 percent of his throws. That is, the second-lowest percentage of his career. His final QB rating of 99 was the fifth-highest he's recorded in a season, which really puts everything into perspective.
Manning also led three fourth-quarter comebacks and four game-winning drives in the fourth quarter.
2010 Record: 10-6
450-of-679 (66.3%), 4,700 yards, 33 TD, 17 INT
The Colts really needed Manning in 2010, hence the relatively lackluster 10-6 record and borderline outrageous number of attempts.
The 450 completions were the most in his career, as were the 293.8 passing yards per game he averaged.
A fine year at 34 for Peyton.