Last night was historical as Peyton Manning broke Brett Favre’s record of most career touchdown passes. The special number was 509 although Manning went past that. Manning had quite a night with four touchdowns and a 22/26 completion rate while throwing for 318 yards. Not only did Manning break Favre’s record, he also did it in fewer games. It took Favre 302 games while it took Manning only 246. Plus it’s only week 7 and Manning looks like he has a lot more game left in him so who knows what the new record will be when he finally retires. Check out the historical touchdown pass and an infographic showing every player part of the monumental 509.