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|17||@Panthers||W 42 - 10||19||30||253||8.4||3||0||0||0||123.3||1||-1||-1||0|
|16||@Titans||W 38 - 28||27||38||279||7.3||3||0||3||24||118.2||3||-3||-1||0|
|15||Colts||W 34 - 7||29||30||307||10.2||4||0||0||0||148.9|
|14||49ers||L 46 - 48||29||40||349||8.7||5||0||0||0||138.4||1||1||1||1|
|13||@Falcons||W 26 - 18||18||30||184||6.1||1||0||0||0||88.8||1||-1||-1||0|
|12||Panthers||W 34 - 31||30||39||311||8||3||1||2||11||114.4|
|11||@Buccaneers||W 34 - 17||28||35||228||6.5||3||0||0||0||122.4||3||0||0||0|
|10||Falcons||L 9 - 26||32||45||287||6.4||0||0||6||46||87.9|
|8||Cardinals||W 31 - 9||34||43||373||8.7||3||1||0||0||116.4|
|7||@Bears||W 36 - 25|
|6||@Jaguars||W 13 - 6|
|5||Buccaneers||W 31 - 24|
|4||Cowboys||W 12 - 10|
|3||@Seahawks||W 33 - 27|
|2||@Rams||L 9 - 27||3||5||38||7.6||0||1||0||0||44.2|
|1||Texans||W 30 - 28||32||43||370||8.6||2||1||1||8||105.8|
|2001||San Diego Chargers||1||0||15||27||221||8.2||1||0||2||12||94.8||2||18||9||0||2||0|
|2002||San Diego Chargers||16||16||320||526||3284||6.2||17||16||24||180||76.9||38||130||3.4||1||2||0|
|2003||San Diego Chargers||11||11||205||356||2108||5.9||11||15||21||178||67.5||21||84||4||0||5||3|
|2004||San Diego Chargers||15||15||262||400||3159||7.9||27||7||18||131||104.8||53||85||1.6||2||7||2|
|2005||San Diego Chargers||16||16||323||500||3576||7.2||24||15||27||223||89.2||21||49||2.3||1||8||5|
|2006||New Orleans Saints||16||16||356||554||4418||8||26||11||18||105||96.2||42||32||0.8||0||8||3|
|2007||New Orleans Saints||16||16||440||652||4423||6.8||28||18||16||109||89.4||23||52||2.3||1||9||4|
|2008||New Orleans Saints||16||16||413||635||5069||8||34||17||13||92||96.2||22||-1||0||0||6||1|
|2009||New Orleans Saints||15||15||363||514||4388||8.5||34||11||20||135||109.6||22||33||1.5||2||10||6|
|2010||New Orleans Saints||16||16||448||658||4620||7||33||22||25||185||90.9||18||-3||-0.2||0||9||2|
|2011||New Orleans Saints||16||16||468||657||5476||8.3||46||14||24||158||110.6||21||86||4.1||1||1||1|
|2012||New Orleans Saints||16||16||422||670||5177||7.7||43||19||26||190||96.3||15||5||0.3||1||5||1|
|2013||New Orleans Saints||16||16||446||650||5162||7.9||39||12||37||244||104.7||35||52||1.5||3||6||2|
|2014||New Orleans Saints||16||16||456||659||4952||7.5||33||17||29||186||97||27||68||2.5||1||7||3|
|2015||New Orleans Saints||15||15||428||627||4870||7.8||32||11||31||235||101||24||14||0.6||1||5||2|
|2016||New Orleans Saints||16||16||471||673||5208||7.7||37||15||27||184||101.7||23||20||0.9||2||5||4|
|2017||New Orleans Saints||16||16||386||536||4334||8.1||23||8||20||145||103.9||33||12||0.4||2||5||0|
|2018||New Orleans Saints||15||15||364||489||3992||8.2||32||5||17||121||115.7||31||22||0.7||4||5||1|
|2019||New Orleans Saints||11||11||281||378||2979||7.9||27||4||12||89||116.3||9||-4||-0.4||1|
NFL CAREER – Few players in the era of NFL free agency can rival the impact that Drew Brees has made on the Saints since arriving in 2006 from the San Diego Chargers – leading the team to victory in Super Bowl XLIV and being named the contest's MVP, earning Associated Press NFL Offensive Player of the Year honors twice, Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year and Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year in 2010, being named to the Pro Bowl a club record 12 times and shattering league passing records. He ranks among the league's elite quarterbacks, becoming the first player in NFL history to pass for over 4,000 yards in 12-straight campaigns – including an NFL-record five 5,000-yard passing seasons. Brees has also set single-season NFL records since joining the Saints in 300-yard passing games (13, 2011), completions (471, 2016) and completion percentage (74.4%, 2018). His streak of 54 consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass from 2009-12 shattered a mark that had stood since 1960. After breaking the NFL's all-time completions and passing yardage records in 2018, Brees became the NFL's all-time career passing touchdowns recordholder in 2019, completing 281-of-378 passes (74.3%) for 2,979 yards with 27 touchdowns, only four interceptions and a career-high 116.3 passer rating in 11 starts. Brees finished the regular season ranked first in the National Football League in completion percentage, second in passer rating and fourth in fourth quarter passer rating (110.2). He owns five of the top six completion percentage totals in NFL record books. Also, broke the NFL's single game completion record completing 29 of 30 passes (96.7%). Brees' record as a starter for the Saints is 133-83 (.616) in the regular season and 8-7 in the postseason, easily making him the winningest signal-caller in all-time team annals. Brees also has thrown for over 300 yards in a league-record 120 games, including a league-best 16 contests with over 400. Overall, in his 19-year NFL career, he's completed 6,867-of-10,161 passes (67.6%) for 77,416 yards, 547 touchdown passes and a 98.4 passer rating. He's the NFL's all-time record holder in career touchdown passes, completions, yardage, completion percentage and ranks third in passer rating. A pillar of the community, he's also received numerous accolades and awards for taking a leadership role off the field in the Gulf South.
9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey - Chapter 4: The Injury
After the San Diego Chargers added quarterback Phillip Rivers during the 2004 NFL Draft, Drew Brees began to take his playing career to the next level. Unfortunately, Drew suffered a severe shoulder injury during the 2005 season finale vs the Denver Broncos, leading to uncertainty about his playing future not only with the Chargers but in the NFL period in this the fourth chapter of our nine-part series '9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey'
'9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey' - Chapter 3: Going Pro
Despite putting up record numbers while at Purdue, Drew Brees was an undervalued prospect heading into the 2001 NFL Draft. See how Brees ended up with the San Diego Chargers and how he fared during his early playing career in the third chapter of our nine-part series 9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey.
'9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey' - Chapter 2: Purdue
Despite going undefeated, winning the Texas 5A high school championship and being named the Texas 5A player of the year, Drew Brees only received two scholarship articles. Watch how Brees took a scholarship to Purdue and helped the Boilermakers return to Big 10 glory in the second chapter of '9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey.' #Brees9for9
'9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey' - Chapter 1: Westlake High School
The premiere episode of our nine-part series "9 for No. 9: A Champion's Journey" brings us all the way to the beginning. Featuring interviews with Drew Brees' high school teammates and coaches, Chapter 1 showcases how Westlake High School propelled No. 9's legendary career. #Brees9For9
Saints players and New Orleans native Trombone Shorty welcome Saints 24th overall pick Cesar Ruiz
Saints Free Agency 2020: Who's Next
The New Orleans Saints have repeatedly struck Black and Gold in free agency, from the signing of quarterback
A Champion's Journey: the Drew Brees story
Take a complete look at the life of New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, culminating with Brees becoming the NFL's all-time leader in passing yardage in a 2018 win over the Washington Redskins. Brees set the record Oct. 8, 2018. Brees signed with the Saints on March 14, 2006.
Saints assist with annual Marines Christmas Bike and Toy Giveaway
New Orleans Saints players Drew Brees and David Onyemata along with legends Tyrone Hughes and Glenn Foster helped local Marines with their annual bike and toy giveaway for the holidays at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center on December 23, 2019.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees hosts Down the Runway 2019 event
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Behind the scenes: Super Bowl commercial with Drew Brees and Alvin Kamara
A behind the scenes look at New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and running back Alvin Kamara during the production of an NFL commercial celebrating the league's 100th season. The commercial aired during the Super Bowl broadcast Sunday, Feb. 3. These photos were taken on January 22, 2019 at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center.
Football from Drew Brees' record-setting game on the way to Pro Football Hall of Fame
Saints quarterback Drew Brees set the NFL's all-time completions record Sunday in his team's overtime victory over the Atlanta Falcons. The ball he is holding will be sent to the Pro Football Hall of Fame for display.