It’s Manning’s Record To Break, But Thomases Drive Passing Attack

October 17, 2014 5:59 AM

It’s Manning’s Record To Break, But Thomases Drive Passing Attack
" CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) - Much of the talk heading into Sunday’s game against San Francisco is laser-focused on Peyton Manning possibly breaking the all-time record for touchdown passes. He needs just three to pass Brett Favre’s 508.

But there’s a less notable record that another Bronco is encroaching on. Julius Thomas has caught nine touchdowns this year through five games — on pace to 29. He only needs six more to smash the team record of 14, held by two Broncos.

Do some of the Broncos receivers want Thomas to share the love?

“I don’t,” wideout Demaryius Thomas said on Thursday Night Football Blitz. “As long as we are scoring points on the board, I’m fine. All we want to do is win. Of course, everybody wants to score touchdowns. Rahim (Moore) wants to score a touchdown.”

“Yeah, I do,” Moore jumped in.

Demaryius Thomas #88 and Ronnie Hillman #23 celebrate with Julius Thomas #80 of the Denver Broncos after a touchdown in the second quarter during a game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on Oct. 12, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

Thomas said Manning doesn’t talk about the record "

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