Peyton Manning wins 2013 Offensive Player of the Year Award
Peyton Manning was named the 2013 NFL Offensive Player of the Year on Saturday.
Talk about a no-brainer pick. The Broncos quarterback was an absolute monster in 2013, compiling the single-best regular season by a quarterback in NFL history.
Manning threw for 5,477 passing yards and tossed 55 touchdowns to go along with only 10 interceptions.
He broke the single-season record for passing yards and touchdowns by a quarterback and dominated from start to finish in 2013.
It's a wonderful honor for Manning, although you have to think that unless he's holding a different trophy in less than 24 hours that he'll consider the season something of a disappointment.
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