Manning gains momentum going into Sunday’s game

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(Bleacher Report) — The secondary he faced may have been that of the Oakland Raiders, but Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning certainly looked a lot like Peyton Manning in Week 4 of the 2012 season.

Manning threw for 338 yards and three touchdowns, completing 30-of-38 passes in the process, as the Broncos drubbed the Raiders 37-6. 

Four games may be too small a sample size to consider Manning all the way back, but he’s certainly on the comeback trail.

Here’s a break down of Manning’s comeback season so far.

Week 1 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (W 31-19)

Manning: 19/26 for 253 yards, two TDs, 0 INTs, 129.2 passer rating

Manning’s first game in almost 18 months resulted in a promising performance. Manning threw his 400th career touchdown pass and completed a fourth-quarter comeback. He also took two sacks and bounced right back up from each.

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