The playoff career of Drew Brees has just a solitary Super Bowl despite countless playoff games.
Take a breath football fans. If you didn't watch the game live, this writer can only hope you had your DVR set. Or, however you choose to watch your football, make it a priority to get this on a screen near you.
New Orleans Saints dominated the NFC South in the 2018/19 NFL season. The Panthers, Buccaneers and Falcons still have reason for optimism in 2019/20.
This is one of the gutsiest moves by a head coach on the way to winning a Super Bowl and Sean Payton is still revered as one of the boldest playcallers out there, but what are the chances that we see a similar drama in the upcoming game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams?
No matter how big the play, the Saints had more than enough opportunity to put the game to bed, including first possession in overtime, but Drew Brees threw a pick and that is what killed the game.
Los Angeles Rams defeated New Orleans Saints in a controversial NFL playoff game on Sunday.
That’s 6 of the last 15 Super Bowls having a QB on a rookie deal starting. Now it doesn’t look quite so straight forward. This is because with a quarterback on a rookie deal teams can surround their young stats with 5-star talent.
The New Orleans Saints, at home in the Superdome, overcame a 14-point first quarter deficit as Drew Brees threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns to help lift the hosts to a 20-14 win over the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night.
Brees may well be victorious in the season’s finale, but the regular season has belonged to the most exciting young quarterback the league has seen since Peyton Manning.
Just how good can he be?
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