In case you didn't know, Peyton Manning is the NFL's new leader in career touchdown passes. And, while his receivers were playing keep-away with the milestone ball Sunday night, the NFL wasted no time in letting everyone know who was on the the receiving end of all 509 scores.
The league posted this tweet and graphic:
This is what 509 TDs look like. #Peyton509 pic.twitter.com/jBoeRAWBW2Marvin Harrison, Manning's favorite target in Indianapolis, led the pack with 112 while Demaryius Thomas, the recipient of the historic second-quarter catch, has 29.
— NFL (@nfl) October 20, 2014
And there's a whole lot of guys with one TD catch who can now say they are part of NFL history.