Peyton Manning is three touchdown passes away from NFL immortality – as if he wasn't deemed a football god already – as the league's all-time leading TD passer.
Brett Favre, the current record holder at 508 career TDs, is pulling for Manning. And likely so is NBC, who is looking at a ratings bonanza for its Sunday night broadcast in which the Denver Broncos will square off against the San Francisco 49ers.
Here's a look at a few of Manning's milestone scores, including his first as a pro.
TD No. 1
Manning to Marvin Harrison became a familiar combination.
TD No. 100
Peyton, Marvin. Marvin, Peyton. Let's repeat for a few more years.
TD No. 200
This was one of 67 TD catches Reggie Wayne had from Manning. Probably not as memorable as their Super Bowl hookup vs. the Bears, but 200 is 200.
TD No. 300
TD No. 400
Manning's first TD as a Bronco, although looks like Demaryius Thomas did most of the work here:
TD No. 500
Only Favre is in this elite club.