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The Denver Broncos are on their bye week. While the team doesn’t officially have to do team activities for a few more days, Peyton Manning decided to see his alma mater.

Manning, who is a graduate of the Tennessee Volunteers, took in the Vols vs. Alabama Crimson Tide game on CBS.

Manning has the Broncos undefeated. However, his play is definitely declining for the 39-year-old.

His quarterback rating his 72.5, which is second-lowest among qualified passers. That same rating was what Tim Tebow had with the Broncos in 2011 when he was the team’s starter, before he was traded away when the team brought in the future Hall of Famer.

Only Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett has a worse mark, as he has a 63.6.

Through six games, Manning is 146 of 237 for 1,524 yards. He had only one 300 yard game, and has thrown seven touchdowns to 10 interceptions.


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