With five consecutive 300-yard passing games, Peyton Manning is off to his best start and on pace to break NFL records that have stood since the early 1980s.
The Colts QB has won league MVP honors, set multiple records and moved among the career leaders in numerous passing categories, but until this his 12th season, he had never thrown for 300 yards more than three games in a row.
"He's playing outstanding, obviously," Colts coach Jim Caldwell said this morning.
Caldwell said there were no concerns about Manning's knee, which was hit during Sunday nights 31-9 victory in Tennessee.
"We haven't had any indication after the game that it was anything serious," Caldwell said. "I know he's a little sore. We'll get a little better view of that in the next day or so."
Manning didn't miss any plays because of the hit to his knee.