<span style=""> <span style="text-decoration: underline;">FABULOUS AT 50:</span> New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees passed for 311 yards against Philadelphia this weekend and has amassed 14,579 yards in his first 50 games with the Saints. Brees now has more passing yards than any other player in his first 50 games with a new team (rookies and veterans) in NFL history.
He also threw three touchdowns passes in the Saints' 48-22 win over the Eagles. With nine touchdown passes through Week 2, Brees tied St. Louis' Charley Johnson (1965) for the most TD passes through the first two games of a season.
The quarterbacks with the most passing yards in their first 50 games with a new team:
|Quarterback ||Team ||Yards |
|Drew Brees ||New Orleans Saints||14,579|
|Kurt Warner ||St. Louis Rams ||13,864|
|Marc Bulger ||St. Louis Rams ||13,551|
|Dan Marino ||Miami Dolphins ||13,514|
|Peyton Manning ||Indianapolis Colts ||12,939|