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Jan 12, 2014 6:48 PM by Jordan Mason

Broncos halftime notes

Broncos QB Peyton Manning, who completed 11-of-16 passes (68.8%) for 100 yards with two touchdowns and one interception (99.0 rtg.) in the first half, moved past QB Joe Montana into third place on the all-time postseason passing yardage list and moved past QB Dan Marino into fourth place on the league's all-time playoff touchdown pass list.

 

MOST PASSING YARDS,
MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

NFL POSTSEASON HISTORY
NFL POSTSEASON HISTORY


Player
Yds.

Player
Yds.

1.
Tom Brady
6,147
1.
Joe Montana
45

2.
Brett Favre
5,855
2.
Brett Favre
44

3.
Peyton Manning
5,779
3.
Tom Brady
42

4.
Joe Montana
5,772
4.
Peyton Manning
34

5.
John Elway
4,964
5.
Dan Marino
32

 

DEMARYIUS THOMAS CATCHES THIRD CAREER POSTSEASON TOUCHDOWN

 

Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas caught a 2-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter to move into third place on the club's all-time postseason list with three career playoff TD receptions.

 

MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS, BRONCOS POSTSEASON HISTORY


Player
No.

1.
Rod Smith
6

2.
Vance Johnson
4

3.
Demaryius Thomas
3

4.
Eight players
2

 

MISCELLANEOUS HALFTIME NOTES

 

Broncos WR Wes Welker (2-10, TD in first half) moved past Hall of Fame WR Fred Biletnikoff for the 8th-most playoff catches (71) in NFL history... Denver's 20 passing yards allowed through two quarters are the fewest allowed by the team this season in a single half... Including their three sacks, the Broncos held San Diego to just a single net passing yard in the first half... The Broncos scored a touchdown on their opening drive for the fourth time in their last five games dating to the regular season... DE Jeremy Mincey recorded his first sack as a Bronco in the first half.

 

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