Without question, the Mannings are a part of NFL royalty.
Archie Manning played for 14 seasons and made the Pro Bowl twice.
Meanwhile, Peyton Manning was a five-time league MVP, a two-time Super Bowl winner, and a Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee.
Eli Manning also won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants, the only team he played for in his 16-season career.
They remain fixtures around the league, with Eli and Peyton working on the alternate Monday Night Football broadcast called “Manningcast.”
Peyton might also add another title with the Denver Broncos after it was bought by the Walton-Penner family for $4.5 billion.
But aside from their achievements in their post-football career, they have established a record that will be difficult to beat.
— NFL UK (@NFLUK) June 19, 2022
The NFL UK Twitter account revealed that the Manning family’s 343 wins are the most of any father-son combo in NFL history.
It does help that there are three of them, though, because Archie only had 38 wins to his name.
Meanwhile, Peyton had 187 while Eli had 118.
The count does not include postseason victories wherein Peyton has 14 and Eli has eight.
They have leveraged their winning legacy with countless endorsement deals that keep the dollars coming.
The Manning Legacy Continues
While Archie, Peyton, and Eli are all retired from professional football, another member of the family will continue their legacy.
Arch Manning, the son of Peyton and Eli’s brother Cooper, is the top-ranked quarterback in the class of 2023, per 247 Sports.
Cooper might have played in the NFL if he wasn’t diagnosed with spinal stenosis.
Still, his son will uphold the football excellence of their name.
Colleges are already fighting over Arch because he is the real deal.
Therefore, it won’t be long before he represents the family in the NFL.