After only three games, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is already on track to earn his fifth MVP. Through under a quarter of the season, Manning has thrown 12 TDs and no interceptions, in addition to 1,143 yards. If you want to play the extrapolation game, Denver's signal-caller is on pace to throw for 6,096 yards and 64 touchdowns, both of which would shatter NFL records.
Mike Florio compares Manning's success in the early going to his numbers through three games last year, and notes that despite his near-MVP campaign in 2012, the 2013 version has been much better.
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