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Peyton Manning only 3rd QB to throw a TD in 50 straight games

Peyton Manning on Sunday joined Drew Brees and Tom Brady in an exclusive club.

Ravens-Saints: 15 things to know about Week 12's MNF game

The Ravens and Saints are desperate for a win, and there's little reason to believe Joe Flacco and Drew Brees won't be airing it out early and often. Here's 15 things you should know about Monday night's showdown in the Superdome.

What Pierre Thomas' Return Means for Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints Offense

It took some time, but New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram has finally found a way to take charge of the starting position and find success. Over the last four weeks alone, the former University of Alabama star has rushed for 459 yards and three touchdowns. Show More Summary

Drew Brees trying to become third QB ever to beat all 32 teams

Drew Brees can join Brett Favre and Peyton Manning in an exclusive club if he beats the Ravens on Monday.

Drew Brees is 0-for-Baltimore, Ravens don’t want to hear it

Drew Brees has done a lot of amazing thing on the football field. But he’s never beaten the Ravens. Granted, he’s only played them three times, but has lost all three, once with the Chargers and twice with the Saints. “I am aware. I played them in ’03, ’06 and ’10. Thanks for reminding me,”…

Drew Brees aims to cross Baltimore Ravens off his bucket list

METAIRIE, La. – Unlike Terrell Suggs, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is well aware that the Baltimore Ravens are the only NFL team he has yet to beat in his 14-year NFL career. “Just this one,” Brees said, almost interrupting...Show More Summary

Poor Play at Guard, Center Is Making Life Difficult for Saints QB Drew Brees

The New Orleans Saints offense isn't built like a traditional offense. Unlike most NFL teams, the Saints place a higher value on their interior blockers along the offensive line than their offensive tackles. When those interior blockers...Show More Summary

Bengals vs. Saints preview

Drew Brees was hard on himself after turning the ball over three times in the New Orleans Saints’ 27-24 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. But that’s nothing compared to what Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton...Show More Summary

Drew Brees remains “annoyingly optimistic and confident”

The Saints are 4-5 after last Sunday’s overtime loss to the 49ers, which Brees threw two interceptions earlier in the proceedings and now has 10 in a season that’s not playing out as expected for him or the Saints. That’s not doing anything to shake Brees’ confidence, however. Brees knows that the turnovers are “not…

Drew Brees's Fumble Was The Most Disastrous Play Of Week 10

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Drew Brees made several big plays to will the Saints into overtime and give his team a chance at beating the 49ers. But in overtime Brees was sacked and fumbled, which led to San Francisco's game-winning field goal. The fumble was the...Show More Summary

NFL morning after: A call that could change two teams’ seasons

As time expired Sunday in New Orleans, with the score tied 24-24, Saints quarterback Drew Brees heaved the ball 50 yards in the air, where tight end Jimmy Graham grabbed it for an apparent game-winning Hail Mary touchdown. The fans in New Orleans celebrated for just a moment before they saw the flag on the…

Simms: Drew Brees Is Holding Saints Back Due to 'Crucial Mistakes'

The New Orleans Saints are struggling, coming off of a home overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Who is holding the Saints back? Can they turn this season around and win a weak NFC South? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in depth with Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Saints' turnover-prone Drew Brees: Good isn't outweighing bad

NEW ORLEANS – Drew Brees has produced a lot of rare moments inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome over the past nine years. But this was a new one on Sunday -- the New Orleans Saints quarterback being showered by boos from the home fans...Show More Summary

Peyton surpasses Unitas streak for games with touchdown pass

Two years ago, Saints quarterback Drew Brees surpassed the longstanding streak of consecutive games with a touchdown pass.  Far more amazing than the record of 47 straight games with at least one touchdown pass was the fact that John Unitas held it for so long, from late 1960 through 2012. Since then, Patriots quarterback Tom…

Ahmad Brooks' strip-sack of Drew Brees harkens last season

NEW ORLEANS -- Seconds after his strip-sack of Drew Brees was confirmed via replay, Ahmad Brooks was approached on the sidelines by a teammate. “Karma is real,” the San Francisco 49ers player told Brooks. His retort? “I don’t believe...Show More Summary

Saints' Drew Brees: I would’ve booed myself

NEW ORLEANS -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the New Orleans Saints' 27-24 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers: Brees takes blame: Once again, Saints quarterback Drew Brees shouldered the blame for two first-half interceptions that he tried to fire into tight windows. Show More Summary

Jimmy Graham: It definitely wasn’t a push-off

The Saints lost in overtime to the 49ers, but it looked for a moment at the end of regulation like the extra session wouldn’t be necessary. On the final play of the fourth quarter, Drew Brees heaved a Hail Mary that fell into the arms of tight end Jimmy Graham in the end zone and…

Forced fumble by Ahmad Brooks keys 49ers’ OT victory

With their season potentially on the line in overtime, the 49ers got a game-changing, game-winning play from their defense. Outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks forced quarterback Drew Brees to fumble on a pass attempt, and inside linebacker Chris Borland recovered inside the New Orleans 20. On the next play, kicker Phil Dawson hit a 35-yard field…

Saints Game-Winning Touchdown Gets Called Back Because Of A Flop

The San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints were tied 24-24 at the end of the fourth quarter when Drew Brees tossed a game-winning touchdown pass with no time left on the clock to Jimmy Graham. But the refs called offensive pass interference on Graham, the touchdown didn't count, and the game was forced into overtime.  Here's the play. Show More Summary

San Francisco 49ers outlast New Orleans Saints in OT, 27-24

Colin Kaepernick completed a 51-yard pass on fourth down to sustain a game-tying drive, Ahmad Brooks sacked and stripped Drew Brees in overtime, and Phil Dawson kicked a 35-yard field goal to cap San Francisco’s stirring 27-24 victory over New Orleans on Sunday.

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