Peyton Manning has set another NFL record by throwing for more than one touchdown pass in his 14th consecutive game.

The Denver Broncos quarterback threw scoring passes of 18 yards to Julius Thomas and 15 yards to Ronnie Hillman in the third quarter against the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Going into the game, Manning had two 13-game streaks with at least two touchdown passes and Tom Brady of the Patriots and Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers each had one.

The two touchdown passes increased Manning's record total to 515 for his career. He broke Brett Favre's record of 508 earlier in the season.

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