There are some passing records Peyton Manning won't reach

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The list of NFL single-season and career records Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning already has next to his name is long.

A shorter list includes: NFL’s all-time leader in MVP awards (five), career touchdown passes (539), 4,000-yard passing seasons (14), most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes (16), most touchdown passes in a season (55), most passing yards in a season (5,477), most 300-yard passing games (93), most 400-yard passing games (14), most game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime (51), most games with at least four touchdown passes (35), most games in a season with at least four touchdown passes (nine), most consecutive games with at least four touchdowns passes (five) and most seasons in playoffs for a quarterback (14).

And with three yards passing Sunday and a victory against the Kansas City Chiefs, Manning will add two more records to his résumé -- career wins for a quarterback to go with career passing yards.

But work your way through pages of football history and there are some passing records even Manning won’t be able to reach. Here's a look:

  • Most seasons leading league in pass attempts: Dan Marino, five. Manning has done it three times.

  • Most seasons leading league in completion percentage: Len Dawson, six. Manning has two.

  • Most consecutive seasons leading league in passing yards: Dan Fouts, four. Manning has never led league in passing yards in consecutive seasons.

  • Most passing yards in a game: Norm Van Brocklin, 554. Manning’s best is 479, on Oct. 5, 2014, against the Arizona Cardinals.

  • Most consecutive games with a touchdown pass: Drew Brees, 54. Manning’s streak of 51 is third in history and ended in 2014.

  • Times sacked in career: Brett Favre, 525. Manning has been sacked 300 times in his career.

  • Most times sacked in a season: David Carr, 76. Manning’s season high was 29 in 2001.

  • Most times sacked in a game: (tie) Bert Jones, Warren Moon and Donovan McNabb, 12. Manning was sacked five times in three games in career, Dec. 27, 1998 (by the Carolina Panthers); Oct. 13, 2002 (Baltimore Ravens); and in the playoffs on Jan. 15, 2006 (Pittsburgh Steelers).

  • Most career interceptions: Favre, 336. Manning has been intercepted 247 times in his career.