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NFC1. Seattle- The Seahawks have established themselves as a real contender for the Super Bowl behind a dominant defense and running game.2. Saints- Drew Brees and the Saints offense are unstoppable and the defense is getting better each week.3. Lions- The Lions will manage to win their first division title in years behind the arm of Matthew Stafford.4. Redskins- Washington will again make a late season push to win the worst division in football.5. 49ers- San Francisco would win any other division in the NFC, but Seattle is just too good.6. Packers- Aaron Rodgers will come back from injury in time to barely beat out Carolina for the last wild card spot. AFC 1. Broncos- The Chiefs are good but Peyton Manning is better. It's Super Bowl or bust in Denver.2. Patriots- Tom Brady is gaining more and more trust in his receivers, and with the return of Gradkowski their offense will return to their explosive selves.3. Colts- The loss of Reggie Waynes is a huge blow but Andrew Luck and th...
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It is going to be fascinating to watch Johnny Manziel at the next level. I have no clue if he will succeed or not, but it will be spectacular either way.
Drew Brees thinks he has qualities similar to Russell Wilson.
“He’s got all the playmaking ability to be a great player. [There are] guys like [Manziel] in this league. Russell Wilson and his ability to run the football and...
Nothing like nighttime in New Orleans to inspire a memorable performance from Drew Brees and the Saints.
Playing Dallas' beleaguered defense didn't hurt, either.
Brees completed 34 of 41 passes for 392 yards and four touchdowns, and the Saints beat the Cowboys 49-17 on Sunday night.
The Saints (7-2) had an NFL-record 40 first downs and a franchise-record 625 total yards...
A scary moment occurred during Sunday Night Football in the Big Easy. Saints QB Drew Brees lets one rip deep in the endzone for Benjamin Watson. It appeared he had the completion, but went completely limp as his head hit the ground. He would eventually come to and appeared to be responsive to the medical staff. Check it out.
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Last night's game was supposed to be a high scoring affair. Tony Romo vs. Drew Brees. Well, Drew Brees showed up. Mark Ingram showed up. Jerry Jones showed up, the only bad thing, Jerry Jones must have forgot to pay for his team to fly to New Orleans as well.Let us start off with this, the Cowboys aren't what they used to be and have not been for some time now. The Cowboys...
Sean Payton had a choice to make.
The Saints coach could elect to punt on fourth-and-5 from the Dallas 42, or he could try to get the one last first down New Orleans needed to set an NFL record.
Only two minutes remained and victory was assured, so Payton figured he couldn't deny his players a chance to make history.
He called for a run behind right guard Jahri Evans, and...
Saints quarterback Drew Brees spoke with FOXSports.com in a telephone interview about a variety of topics including his tight end Jimmy Graham, safety in the NFL and his remaining goals. Brees, speaking on behalf of Tide Laundry Detergent, was thoughtful and responsive in his answers:
FOX Sports: Do you want to accomplish having the all-time passing yards record? You're about...
The New Orleans Saints set an NFL-record 40 first downs and a franchise-record 625 total yards in their 49-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. Drew Brees completed 34 of 41 passes for 392 yards and four touchdowns, and the Saints won their 12th straight prime-time victory in the Superdome. “Somebody told me that right at the end of the game,” said Brees, via...
NEW ORLEANS -- Nothing like nighttime in New Orleans to inspire a memorable performance from Drew Brees and the Saints.
While watching the Seattle Seahawks dismantle the Atlanta Falcons this past Sunday, I slipped into a daydream.
It’s a frigid night in Seattle, and the Seahawks are in the midst of a bitter struggle with the New Orleans Saints. With time winding down in the fourth quarter, the Hawks are down six, but they’ve got the ball. After a back and forth game against...
Hey everybody and welcome to another edition of Under Center, where I discuss who I believe are the top 5 best quarterbacks in fantasy football for the week! Who will top the list this week and who will see their stock drop? Take a look and find out!
5. Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson is red hot right now, having thrown for multiple touchdowns in four straight games. He’s facing...
New Orleans, LA— Demarco Murray pounded his way into the end zone on a 7 yard run to put the Dallas Cowboys up 10-7 with just over 14 minutes to go in the first half. Then Drew Brees takeover happened. Brees responded with 3 straight touchdown ending drives to end the first half to go up […]
No quarterback in NFL history has shed the dreaded "undersized" label and reached historic heights better than Drew Brees. But the Saints' All-Pro signal-caller also knows that without that prototype size, leadership, preparation and talent are a must to make it in the NFL.
So perhaps no current player in the NFL knows what's in store for Texas A&M star Johnny...
It wasn't pretty for the Dallas Cowboys last night, and truth be told, it hasn't been pretty for a long time in Dallas. Fans of the Cowboys went into the game with the New Orleans Saints expecting to compete with Drew Brees, Rob Ryan and Sean Payton but once again felt the sting of disappointment from a blowout loss.Perhaps that's the biggest disappointment of all for...
When you break the NFL for most first downs in a game in NFL history, that probably means everyone played pretty well on your offensive unit. The Saints were able to get their 40th first down on a 4th down run to end the game (39 was the previous record). Enough can't be said for a top to bottom complete performance where everyone chipped in.
Drew Brees: A+ for the game...
The Dallas Cowboys aren’t at a crossroads and they aren’t in peril. Flatly, they just aren’t any good.On Sunday night in New Orleans, the Cowboys defense was beat to sleep. They gave up a franchise record 625 yards, which by the way was a two week old record. The old record was set when they gave up 623 to the Lions.Despite DeMarcus Ware’s return, his presence wasn’t enough...