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NFLスーパースター、インディアナポリス・コルツ ペイトン・マニングコミュです。

パーフェクトQBマニングは2004年シーズンで、84年にダン・マリーノ(ドルフィンズ)がつくったシーズンTDパス48個の記録を20年ぶりに塗りかえ、チームのアメリカン・カンファレンス(AFC)南地区優勝に貢献。パス能力の高さを示すQBレーティングも121.1で、94年のスティーブ・ヤング(49ers)のシーズン記録112.8を更新した。

 ドラフト全体1位で入団し、プロ9年の30歳。


【Manning Profile】

# 18 Peyton Manning
Position: QB
Height: 6-5
Weight: 230
Born: 03/24/1976
College: Tennessee
NFL Experience: 9

Peyton Williams Manning (born March 24, 1976 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American football quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts NFL franchise.

He is the son of former New Orleans Saints quarterback Archie Manning and Olivia Manning, and the older brother of current New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. Peyton played college football for the University of Tennessee and was selected by the Indianapolis Colts as the first overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft.

Manning holds numerous NFL passing records, including the record for touchdown passes in a single season (49 in 2004) and consecutive seasons with over 4,000 yards passing (6 from 1999 through 2004.). He also holds most school passing records at the University of Tennessee.



PASSING

Year Team G GS Att Comp Pct Yards YPA Lg TD Int Tkld 20+ 40+ Rate
1998 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 575 326 56.7 3739 6.50 78 26 28 22/109 42 8 71.2
1999 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 533 331 62.1 4135 7.76 80 26 15 14/116 56 11 90.7
2000 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 571 357 62.5 4413 7.73 78 33 15 20/131 51 8 94.7
2001 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 547 343 62.7 4131 7.55 86 26 23 29/232 55 11 84.1
2002 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 591 392 66.3 4200 7.11 69 27 19 23/145 51 11 88.8
2003 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 566 379 67.0 4267 7.54 79 29 10 18/107 45 9 99.0
2004 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 497 336 67.6 4557 9.17 80 49 10 13/101 68 13 121.1
2005 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 453 305 67.3 3747 8.27 80 28 10 17/81 45 6 104.1
TOTAL 128 128 4333 2769 63.9 33189 7.66 86 244 130 156/1022 413 77 93.5


RUSHING

Year Team G GS Att Yards Avg Lg TD 20+ FD
1998 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 15 62 4.1 15 0 0 5
1999 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 35 73 2.1 13 2 0 8
2000 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 37 116 3.1 14 1 0 10
2001 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 35 157 4.5 33 4 1 9
2002 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 38 148 3.9 13 2 0 11
2003 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 28 26 0.9 10 0 0 3
2004 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 25 38 1.5 19 0 0 4
2005 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 33 45 1.4 12 0 0 6
TOTAL 128 128 246 665 2.7 33 9 1 56


RECEIVING

Year Team G GS No Yards Avg Lg TD 20+ 40+ FD
1998 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0
1999 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0
2000 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0
2001 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0
2002 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0
2003 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 1 -2 -2.0 -2 0 0 0 0
2004 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0
2005 Indianapolis Colts 16 16 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 128 128 1 -2 -2.0 -2 0 0 0 0


DEFENSIVE STATS

Year Team G Total Tckl Ast Sacks Int Yds Avg Lg TD Pass Def
1998 Indianapolis Colts 16 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
1999 Indianapolis Colts 16 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
2000 Indianapolis Colts 16 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
2001 Indianapolis Colts 16 2 2.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
2002 Indianapolis Colts 16 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
2003 Indianapolis Colts 16 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
2004 Indianapolis Colts 16 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
2005 Indianapolis Colts 16 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
TOTAL 128 7 7.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0


FUMBLES

Year Team G Fum Lost Fum Forced Own Rec Opp Rec Yards Tot Rec TD
1998 Indianapolis Colts 16 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
1999 Indianapolis Colts 16 6 3 0 2 0 0 2 0
2000 Indianapolis Colts 16 5 2 0 1 0 0 1 0
2001 Indianapolis Colts 16 7 3 0 2 1 0 3 0
2002 Indianapolis Colts 16 6 2 0 2 0 0 2 0
2003 Indianapolis Colts 16 6 1 0 4 0 0 4 0
2004 Indianapolis Colts 16 5 1 0 3 0 0 3 0
2005 Indianapolis Colts 16 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 128 43 15 0 14 1

College career
Because of his father's legacy at Ole Miss, as well as his own status as the most highly recruited high school quarterback of his class, Peyton Manning stunned many when he chose to attend and play for the University of Tennessee. Manning would become Tennessee's all-time leading passer with 11,201 yards, 863 completions and 89 touchdowns, while compiling a 39-6 record as a starter, setting an SEC record for career wins (although Georgia's David Greene would set a new record of 42 wins in 2005). In his college career, he threw only 33 interceptions in 1,381 attempts, an NCAA record for best all-time interception percentage.

Although after three years he had completed his degree, a BA in speech communication with a 3.61 GPA and Phi Beta Kappa honors, and was projected to be the top overall pick in the NFL Draft, Manning returned to Tennessee for his senior year. Despite an early season loss to arch rival Florida (the fourth straight such loss), Manning put up even more impressive numbers in his last season (3,819 yards, 36 touchdowns) in leading the Volunteers to the SEC title, and finished second in 1997 Heisman Trophy voting to the University of Michigan's Charles Woodson. Manning received the 1997 James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the United States.

Manning received the following awards while in college:

1997 Davey O'Brien Award - Awarded to the Nation's Top Senior Quarterback
1997 Johnny Unitas Award - Awarded to the Nation's Top Quarterback
1997 Maxwell Award - Nation's Top Player
1997 All American
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Professional career
Manning was selected first overall in the 1998 draft and has started every game in his NFL career, missing only one snap due to injury and many others due to large leads. He was the NFL co-MVP in 2003, sharing the honor with Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair. In 2004, Manning became the highest-paid player in NFL history at the time, signing a $99.2m contract for seven years with a $34.5m signing bonus, which averages out to $14.17m annually. Under the contract, Manning is also eligible to earn an extra $19m in incentives.

Manning is widely viewed as an elite NFL quarterback, and some sportswriters and scouts already consider him a future Hall of Fame inductee. In scouting reports, he is known as a "pure" pocket passer, with prototypical size, a strong arm, excellent touch, and nearly perfect mechanics. Manning reads the field extremely well, and is one of the few quarterbacks with complete freedom to change a play at the line of scrimmage. He is well known for his frantic hand gestures and shouting before the play while calling out audibles. Unlike some modern quarterbacks, Manning is not known as a "scrambler" and is not very mobile if the pocket collapses, only rolling out to search for receivers.

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2003-2004 Season
Manning threw for 4,267 yards and 29 touchdowns during the regular season, assisting his team to a 12-4 record despite having a defense that ranked only 20th in the NFL in points allowed (336). Manning then went on to lead his team to a 41-10 victory over the Denver Broncos in the wildcard playoff round, his first playoff win after 3 first round losses in the past 3 seasons. He threw for 377 yards and 5 touchdowns in the game, earning him a perfect 158.3 Passer Rating. Then in the divisional playoffs, Manning led the Colts to a 38-31 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in the first puntless game in NFL playoff history, throwing for 304 yards and 3 touchdowns, and earning an impressive 138.8 passer rating. However, Manning was shut down by the New England Patriots defense in the AFC title game, as he posted the third lowest passer rating of his career at 35.5. The Patriots defense intercepted Manning 4 times (3 of them by Ty Law) and held Manning's offense to just 14 points as the Colts lost the game 24-14.

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2004-2005 Season
In 2004, Manning had one of the greatest regular seasons in NFL history, putting up 4,557 yards, a 121.1 quarterback rating, and 49 touchdowns, surpassing the legendary mark previously held by Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino. His quarterback rating in 2004 also surpassed the previous single-season mark of 112.8 set by Hall of Fame San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young. In addition to his individual achievements, Manning also led the Colts to a 12-4 record and their second consecutive AFC South division title. As a result, he was a near-unanimous selection for the 2004 NFL MVP, was named NFL Offensive Player of the Year and Pro Bowl MVP. However, the Colts' 2004 season ended in Foxborough for a second straight year with a 20-3 loss in the AFC Divisional Playoff game against New England when Manning played his worst game of the year, recording a season-low passer rating of 69.3 and posting a season-low 3 points of offense. It was Manning's seventh consecutive loss to the Patriots in Foxborough, MA. The Colts' 3 points was their lowest single game point total since their opening game of the 2003 season.

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2005-2006 Season
In 2005 the Colts had a greatly improved defense over that of recent years. In week 15, the Colts had a perfect 13-0 record, and had secured the AFC South, home field advantage throughout the playoffs, and a first round bye. Nevertheless, Tony Dungy made the decision to play all of his regular starters against the Chargers in the hopes of winning the next three games and becoming he first team to have a perfect record since the start of the 16 game schedule. However, the Colts played a sub par game against the Chargers and fell short of the win; the score was 26-17. Manning finished the season with 3,747 passing yards, the first time he had thrown for under 4,000 yards since his rookie season of 1998, largely due to the fact that Manning sat out much of the final two games with there being no chance for a perfect season, and the top AFC seed clinched.

On January 15, 2006, the Pittsburgh Steelers visited the RCA Dome for the second AFC divisional playoff game of the 2005 season. The Steelers shocked most fans and analysts by gaining a 14-3 lead by halftime. In the 4th quarter the Colts were almost able to pull off an improbable comeback, after a series of improbable events. With only a few minutes left in the game, Manning threw what looked to be the game-ending interception to Troy Polamalu, but the interception was overturned (a call the NFL later admitted was incorrect). The Colts went on to score, and were able to get the ball back down three points near the end of the game. On 4th down Manning was sacked near his own goal line, and the gamed seemed to be over as the Steelers were one yard from a touchdown with one of the best short yardage runners in NFL history in Jerome Bettis. On the play the ball was handed off to Bettis who fumbled the ball. It was picked up by Colts defender Nick Harper who appeared to have a clear path down the sideline for what might have been the game-winning score. However, he inexplicably cut to the center of the field where Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was running backwards hoping to get into position to tackle. He managed to dive in front of Harper and tackle him by the leg, saving a touchdown. The Colts drove down the field from their own 42 yard line to the Steelers 27 yard line, before Mike Vanderjagt badly missed a field goal as time ran out. (It was the first time a 6th seeded team would eventually go on to win the Super Bowl when the Steelers won Super Bowl XL.)

Peyton came in second in voting for the 2005 MVP award to Shaun Alexander (19 to 13, out of 50 voters), ending his streak at two years. He was named the 2005 winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. He was also nominated for the 2005 FedEx Air Player of the Year Award, along with Tom Brady and Carson Palmer, the winner of the award.

Records
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Career (individual)
Manning holds a number of individual career records:

Consecutive seasons with 4,000+ yards: 6, from 1999–2004 (Dan Marino is the only other quarterback to have had six 4,000-yard seasons, though not in succession)
Consecutive seasons with 25+ TD passes: 8, from 1998-2005 (current)
Games with perfect passer rating: 4 (includes 1 playoff game; most perfect games of any QB since passer rating was created by the NFL in 1973)
Only player to pass for 3,000+ yards in each of his first 8 seasons in the NFL. (current)
Manning has started every game since he has been in the NFL, a streak currently at 128 games, the longest career-opening streak for a QB. (current)
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2004 season
During the 2004 season Manning broke several single season passing records, including:

Touchdowns: 49 (previously held by Dan Marino with 48 in 1984)
Passer rating: 121.1 (previously held by Steve Young with 112.8 in 1994)
Consecutive games with at least 4 TD passes: 5 (previously held by Marino with 4 TDs in 4 consecutive games in 1984)
5 TD passes in 4 different games in less than 12 months (previously held by Marino)
First QB to throw 10+ TD passes to each of 3 different receivers in 1 season (14, Marvin Harrison; 12, Reggie Wayne; 10, Brandon Stokley). The Colts are the only team ever to have 3 WRs with 10+ TDs in 1 season.
Although not an NFL record, Manning threw 6 TD passes in a little over a half against the Detroit Lions on November 25. It was the second time in his career that Manning achieved this (also in 2003), and he has been the only NFL player to throw 6 TDs in 1 game since 1991. [6]
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With Marvin Harrison
Manning and Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison hold a number of QB-WR tandem records:

Completions: 664 (set in 2004; previously held by Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly and WR Andre Reed)
Yards: 10,034 (as of November 13, 2005; previously held by Kelly and Reed)
Touchdowns: 94 (set October 17, 2005; previously held by San Francisco 49ers QB Steve Young and WR Jerry Rice, with 86)
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College and miscellaneous
Manning also holds two NCAA records, eight SEC records and 33 school records from his four years at the University of Tennessee, as well as numerous Colts season and career records.

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NFL career statistics
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Regular season
4,333 passes attempted
2,769 passes completed
33,189 passing yards
244 passing touchdowns
130 interceptions
80-48 record as a starter
33.3 passes attempted per interception
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Postseason
322 passes attempted
193 passes completed
2,461 passing yards
15 passing touchdowns
8 passes intercepted
3-6 postseason record
40.3 passes attempted per interception

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