Denver Broncos, Peyton Manning set multiple records Sunday

OAKLAND, Calif. - During the Broncos final regular season game on Sunday, the team set several records.

- The Broncos 34 points against the Oakland Raiders helped the team set the NFL single-season record for points (606).

- With 458 yards on Sunday, the Broncos became the third team in NFL history to surpass 7,000 net yards in a season (7,317). Only one team has had more net yards in a season, the 2011 New Orleans Saints had 7,474.

- Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning completed 25-of-28 passes for 266 yards passing Drew Brees (2011) for the most passing yards in a single season

- Manning's four touchdowns Sunday extended his NFL record to 55 touchdown passes on the year. Another record.

- Manning completion percentage (89.3%) in a single game put him number two on the list for highest pass percentage. The person in the number one spot, the Raiders Rich Gannon got the top spot in a game AGAINST Denver in 2002 when he went 34-for-38, a completion percentage of 89.5%.

- Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas caught six receptions for 113 yards with two scores to tie WR Anthony Miller (1995) for the most receiving touchdowns (14) in a single season in franchise history.

- Head Coach John Fox passed John Ralston (1972-76) for the fourth-most wins by a head coach (35) in team history.

*Information courtesy Denver Broncos

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