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Draft Scout Drew Brees News
12/21/14 - QB Drew Brees made his 200th NFL start Sunday, including 142nd as a Saint. His 313 yards passing marked his 80th 300-yard passing game as a Saint and 85th game overall -- second-most in NFL history. Brees (30 of 47) completed 30 or more passes for the 44th time in his career, extending his own league record.
12/15/14 - QB Drew Brees endured some inconsistent games this season, but he still is capable of escaping pressure and throwing accurately on a consistent basis. The win over the Bears marked the third time this season he threw at least three touchdown passes and no interceptions in a game.
Brees passed for 375 yards, his second-highest total of the season. His 80.6 completion percentage was his second highest, and his 137.8 passer rating was his third highest.
12/07/14 - QB Drew Brees had another average performance (29-of-49 for 235 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT), but he was hurt by six or seven drops. Brees has thrown 12 interceptions and lost two fumbles this season. "Within the first six minutes of the game, they're up 17-0," Brees said. "We'd run three plays. Obviously, that can't happen. We need to be more professional. When I say 'we,' I mean the entire team."
12/03/14 - QB Drew Brees was honored Wednesday as the NFC Offensive Player of the Week. It's the 18th time that Brees has won the award in nine seasons with the Saints. No player has earned more player-of-the-week nods in that time than Brees, who also was the AFC Offensive Player of the Week twice when he played for the San Diego Chargers (2001-05).
11/25/14 - QB Drew Brees completed 35 of 45 passes for 420 yards and three touchdowns, compiling a passer rating of 118.5 against Baltimore. The down side was the interception that Will Allen returned for a score and four sacks of Brees for 21 yards.
Brees failed in his bid to become only the third quarterback in NFL history to beat all 32 teams when the Saints were dumped by the Ravens. Brees previously played the Ravens in 2003, when he was with the San Diego Chargers, and 2006 and 2010 with the Saints.
The only quarterbacks to defeat all 32 teams are Brett Favre and Peyton Manning, who completed the feat in leading the Denver Broncos to a win over the Indianapolis Colts in the season opener in September.