Week one of the 2013-14 NFL season had the most touchdowns in NFL history. Led by Peyton Manning's record-tying seven touchdown passes, NFL quarterbacks combined to throw 63 touchdown passes in Week 1, the most touchdowns thrown in any week ever in NFL history.
The previous record was 58 and that had happened twice before: in Week 13 of 2004 and Week 17 of 2007.
Six quarterbacks threw at least three touchdown passes, including Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Philip Rivers, Matt Schaub, Aaron Rodgers and Colin Kaepernick.
Week 1 also set the record for most total passing yards in a week in NFL history as the league's quarterbacks combined to throw for 8,143 yards. That broke the record of 7,946 yards set in Week 2 of 2011.
The Manning brothers led the way on the yardage record as both of them threw for at least 450 yards. Eli finished with 450 exactly in the Giants 36-21 loss to the Cowboys, while Peyton threw for 462 yards in the Broncos 49-27 win over the Ravens.
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