Peyton Manning isn't the guy you want to bring up if you're looking for a little lively debate among the folks who pick the Associated Press' All-Pro football team.
All 50 of them think he's the best quarterback in the NFL this season. And it's hard to disagree when you consider Manning's league-record 55 touchdown passes and 5,477 yards in leading the Broncos to a 13-3 record and the top overall seed in the AFC playoffs.
He made first team All-Pro for the seventh time, tying Hall of Famer Otto Graham for the most by a quarterback.
Manning was the only unanimous choice by the voting media members who regularly cover the NFL. New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham and Indianapolis outside linebacker Robert Mathis came close to matching the feat by appearing on 49 ballots.
The NFC had twice as many players chosen -- 18 to 9 -- than the AFC.
The complete list:
Quarterback — Peyton Manning, Denver.
Running backs — LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia; Jamaal Charles, Kansas City.
Fullback — Mike Tolbert, Carolina.
Tight end — Jimmy Graham, New Orleans.
Center — Ryan Kalil, Carolina.
Placekicker — Justin Tucker, Baltimore.
Kick returner — Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota.
Outside linebackers — Robert Mathis, Indianapolis; Lavonte David, Tampa Bay.
Cornerbacks — Richard Sherman, Seattle; Patrick Peterson, Arizona.
Punter — Johnny Hekker, St. Louis.
Quarterback — None.
Fullback — Marcel Reece, Oakland.
Tight end — Vernon Davis, San Francisco.
Center — Alex Mack, Cleveland.
Placekicker — Matt Prater, Denver.
Kick returner — Dexter McCluster, Kansas City.
Punter — Brandon Fields, Miami.