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Saints quarterback Drew Brees, Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall and Cardinals punt returner Patrick Peterson have been honored as the NFC's top players for Week 12 of the NFL season.
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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees once again has Dan Marino's NFL single-season passing record in sight.
Three years ago, he was on the cusp of breaking Marino's 1984 mark of 5,084 yards - only to fall 15 yards short.
"At the time, it was disappointing because we didn't make the playoffs that year," Brees said. "So I thought if we're not going...
Drew Brees passed for 265 yards and three touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints led the New York Giants 21-3 at halftime on Monday night.
Drew Brees passed for 363 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another score as the New Orleans Saints rolled to a 49-24 victory over the Giants on Monday night,
extending New York's losing skid to three games.
Late in the first half Sunday, the Seahawks were scurrying right along on offense, and the teams were bickering after every whistle, and then, apparently, DeAngelo Hall sat down on the field.
Now, I never saw this on the broadcast, and I forgot to DVR the game, but there were Twitter mentions to keep me informed.
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Drew Brees was absolutely on fire Monday night, throwing for 363 yards and four touchdowns while leading the New Orleans Saints to a dominating 49-24 victory over the struggling New York Giants at the Superdome.
Drew Brees completed seven of his first 10 passes and the New Orleans Saints were threatening to break a scoreless tie with the New York Giants at the end of the first quarter on Monday night.
Drew Brees made it look easy for the Saints, at times having to choose which open receiver he wanted to hit as he tossed four TD passes and ran for another. It’s not supposed to be this simple.
but that’s what happens when a great quarterback faces...
Only one NFC team looks capable of threatening the Packers, writes Don Banks: the Saints. Drew Brees continued playing at a record pace as New Orleans hammered the Giants 49-24.
The Saints look like contenders. The Giants appear headed for another second-half collapse. Drew Brees and New Orleans stayed perfect at home with a 49-24 victory over New York.
Many a mother has told her child that if you don't have anything nice to say, it is best not to say anything at all.
If that were standard operating procedure at NBC New York, there wouldn't be anything else to read about Monday night's 49-24 loss to the Saints. Finding something nice to say about the effort the Giants put forth in the game would be like trying to say...