All you need to know about the number of times Peyton Manning made it to the Pro Bowl during his illustrious NFL career.
Peyton Manning, often known as “the Sheriff,” was a member of the Indianapolis Colts for a total of 14 seasons before moving on to the Denver Broncos. Manning is widely regarded as one of the most successful quarterbacks in the history of the game.
The Colts selected Manning with the first overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, and he went on to become the team’s starting quarterback for the next two decades, from 1998 to 2010. It was with his assistance that the once-struggling Colts franchise was transformed into one that was a perennial contender for the postseason. Under his direction, the team achieved 11 postseason berths, eight division championships, three AFC Championship Game appearances, two Super Bowl appearances, and one championship title in Super Bowl XL.
Between the years of 2012 and 2015, he was the starting quarterback for the Broncos, and during that time, the team won their division every year and advanced to the Super Bowl twice. Manning’s career was capped off with a victory in Super Bowl 50, which made him the first starting quarterback to win the Super Bowl for more than one organization. During his career, Manning led two different teams to victory in the championship game. Manning currently holds many records in the NFL.
Peyton Manning played 17 seasons for the Colts and Broncos. He threw for 71,940 yards and 539 touchdowns. He was selected to play in 14 Pro Bowls. He won 1 Comeback Player of the Year award, 2 Offensive Player of the Year awards, 5 MVP awards, the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, 1 Super Bowl MVP award, and 2 championships.
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