Peyton Manning's Single-Season Passing Yards Record Stands After NFL Review

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Peyton Manning's Single-Season Passing Yards Record Stands After NFL Review
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Peyton Manning's single-season passing yards record could have been the shortest-lived record of all time.

According to SI.com's Doug Farrar, the NFL was in the process of reviewing a seven-yard completion from Manning to Eric Decker in the first quarter of the Denver Broncos' Week 17 blowout win over the Oakland Raiders that, if overturned, would have resulted in Manning finishing the 2013 regular season with 5,470 yards, six shy of Drew Brees' previous all-time record set in 2011. 

Updates from Tuesday, Dec. 31

Mike Klis of The Denver Post announced that Manning's record will stand:

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