On Pro Football Now, Superbowl champion Amani Toomer, Sports Illustrated senior writer Don Banks, and NFL writer Andrew Perloff predict which QB will be victorious in the Broncos v Colts game

 

 

Peyton Manning

Entering his third season with the Broncos, Peyton Manning set the NFL's single-season record for passing yards (5,477) and touchdown passes (55) in 2013 en route to his record fifth Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player award.

Manning, who is entering his 17th NFL season, ranks second all-time in career passing yards (64,964), completions (5,532) and touchdown passes (491). In 2014, Manning needs 18 TD passes to surpass Brett Favre (508) for the most all-time and 5,036 passing yards to join Favre (71,838) as the only players with 70,000 career passing yards. Manning's 10 division titles are the second-most of any starting QB in NFL history (Tom Brady, 11).

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Andrew Luck

A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Andrew Luck enter his third season with Indianapolis.

In 2013, Luck led the Colts to the postseason for the second consecutive season, becoming the first quarterback selected No. 1 overall to start a playoff game in each of his first two seasons. Luck has passed for more yards (8,196) than any other player in his first two NFL seasons.

Luck has led the Colts to 22 regular-season wins, tied with Ben Roethlisberger (22) for the second-most wins by a starting QB in the first two years of a career (Russell Wilson, 24). Luck has also been an effective runner, leading all AFC QBs in rushing yards (632) and rushing TDs (nine) since joining the league in 2012.

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