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Drew Brees remains confident in Saints’ direction

A lot of people thought that the Saints would be playing into January, but their season will come to an end before the end of 2014 after losing five of their last seven games to crash out of the playoff picture. The Saints need a win over the Buccaneers to avoid their first 10-loss season…

Saints still confident in future -- and possibly more motivated

METAIRIE, La. -- Drew Brees said next season is "a long way away" and he's not thinking about it at this point, with the New Orleans Saints still having one game left to play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. But true to his...Show More Summary

Saints, Buccaneers plan on going 'out with a bang'

METAIRIE, La. -- When asked what he hopes New Orleans Saints fans will see this Sunday, Drew Brees said: “For us to play well and for us to win. Pretty simple, right? Keep it simple.” It was an awkward question. But then again, it’sShow More Summary

Rookie Ra'Shede Hageman maturing into role with Falcons

Most NFL rookies would relish recording their first-ever sack. For Atlanta Falcons defensive lineman Ra'Shede Hageman, it wasn't such a big deal. Sure, Hageman enjoyed showing off his burst and power in bringing down Drew Brees during last week's win against the Saints. Show More Summary

2015 Pro Bowl: New Orleans Saints Jimmy Graham, Jahri Evans picked; no Drew Brees

SELECTIONS Jimmy Graham, TE, 3rd Pro Bowl selection: Graham had a disappointing year compared to his normal output and the lofty expectations that come with a four-year, $40 million contract. The Saints needed a lot more out of him, but the consistency wasn't there (just like pretty much everyone else on the roster). Show More Summary

2014 Week 17 Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings

With another exciting week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 17 fantasy football quarterback rankings. 1. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints Drew Brees is averaging 311.4 yards and 2.1 touchdowns per game. Show More Summary

Saints needed more than they got from Drew Brees, Jimmy Graham

NEW ORLEANS -- Drew Brees wasn't good enough when it mattered most. Neither was Jimmy Graham. And neither was the New Orleans Saints' offensive line. The Saints' offense hasn't been their biggest problem throughout this entire wayward season. Show More Summary

Turnovers End Saints' Disastrous Season in Fitting Fashion

As he danced around the pocket, looking, hoping for one of his pass-catchers to get open, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees had the football swatted out of his hands. Watching the pigskin rattle onto the turf of the Mercedes-Benz...Show More Summary

Inspired defensive effort keeps Falcons' playoff hopes alive

NEW ORLEANS -- It was crazy to think the Atlanta Falcons could rely on the defense in a must-win game on the road against a quarterback the caliber of Drew Brees. Then something unexpected happened Sunday. Suddenly, the Falcons found a way to generate a consistent pass rush. Show More Summary

Is It Time for the Saints to Move on from Drew Brees?

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees struggled in a Week 16 loss against the Atlanta Falcons. Is Brees nearing the end of his career? Should the Saints move on from him? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL analysts Matt Bowen and Jason Cole discuss Brees' future in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Falcons vs. Saints 2014 final score: What we learned from Atlanta's 30-14 win

New Orleans playoff hopes may be over. With the New Orleans Saints driving for a go-ahead score, Drew Brees was intercepted by Robert McClain with just over two minutes remaining and the Atlanta Falcons held on to win, 30-14. With the...Show More Summary

Falcons beat Saints 30-14, set up NFC South title game

The Saints had the game in their building, and the ball in Drew Brees‘ hands. And as has happened too often this year, that cost them. A late interception sealed a 30-14 win for the Falcons on the road, setting up a win-and-in NFC South title game if the Panthers can hang on against the…

Cold Hard Fact for Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Fact: Drew Brees has thrown for 4,000 yards in 9 straight seasons. That's the longest streak in NFL history. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NFL news on

Drew Brees: Let’s make sure we can handle success

The last time the Saints moved into first place in the NFC South, they celebrated by losing three straight games at home. When they beat the Steelers on the road in Week 13, they celebrated by falling flat on their faces against the Panthers at home. Thanks to the miserable overall state of the NFC…

Drew Brees, Jimmy Graham's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 15

If you're still alive in your fantasy football playoffs and own one or both of Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham, you're not going to bench them for potentially the two most important games of the season. Brees had a huge game, with Graham...Show More Summary

Drew Brees moves Saints atop NFC South in win over Bears

Drew Brees and the Saints found a cure for their problems — playing the Bears.

Saints grab NFC South lead with 31-15 win over Bears

The NFC South may yet be won be a team without a losing record. The New Orleans Saints kept that possibility alive with a 31-15 victory over the imploding Chicago Bears on Monday night. Drew Brees shredded the Bears Defense for 375 yards and three touchdowns as the Saints made easy work of the Bears.…

Drew Brees is great, Jay Cutler is not in first half

The quarterbacks’ stats don’t always tell the story of a football game. But sometimes they do. Tonight is one of those times. At halftime, these stats tell the whole story: Saints quarterback Drew Brees: 18-for-20, 226 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions, 147.1 rating. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler: 6-for-14, 56 yards, zero touchdowns, two interceptions, 14.9…

Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 15: Drew Brees will bounce back from Week 14 dud

Drew Brees probably knocked a lot of his owners out of the playoffs last week. If you're still alive, do you use him on your fantasy roster? New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees burned a lot of fantasy owners last week. He was expected to destroy the Carolina Panthers in Week 14, but he only had 235 passing yards and one score. Show More Summary

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