Good news, Peyton Manning haters: The QB’s single season passing yards record, which he set on Sunday, maybe shouldn’t have counted at all. The Big Lead, along with many other sources, did some digging to show that a seven-yard pass Manning made to Eric Decker (which put Manning at 5,477 passing yards, just one more than Drew Brees’ previous record of 5,476) seems to have gone backward, which would have made it a rushing play and would have kept Manning from the record if ruled that way. Check this article for GIF evidence. What do you think? Was this a backward pass? Should the record be rescinded? Do haters complain too much?