Weekend In NFL: Peyton Manning Is The Man, Cowboys Stay Winning

Peyton Manning made history last night, nailing his 509th career scoring pass and surpassing Brett Favre’s record 508. Manning was crowned the league’s all-time leader of touchdown passes during Sunday’s showdown with the Denver Broncos versus the visiting San Francisco 49ers. The Broncos celebrated their QB with a pre-planned keep-away prank. [NFL]

Also, Brett Favre isn’t feeling some type of way. The salt-and-pepper-haired Pro-Bowler plead no shade when he told NFL’s GameDay Morning, “I don’t really care, to be honest with you and I mean that with no disrespect. I think the world of Peyton. I’m not surprised that he’s going to break it.” [SB Nation]

Joseph Randle’s underwear lifting has landed him an endorsement deal. After the Dallas Cowboys running back was caught trying to steal some unmentionables and cologne last week, he was offered a contract from MeUndies. The deal will surely help cover his $29,500 team fine. [Yahoo! Sports]

Still… Dem Boys stay winning. The Dallas squad racked up their sixth consecutive W and even made history thanks to RB DeMarco Murray. In Sunday’s 31-21 victory over the Giants, Murray became the NFL’s first back in history to rush for at least 100 yards in the first seven games of the season. In 1958, former Cleveland Browns legend Jim Brown started six straight 100-yard games. [ESPN]

Percy Harvin has traded in his Seahawks jersey for a spot on Gang Green. The runner/receiver/return’s explosive talent on the field could help the New York Jets—currently at 1-6—take flight. [Bleacher Report]