When looking at fantasy football quarterbacks over the past five seasons, few have been more consistent and more productive than New Orleans Saint’s signal caller Drew Brees. Not only has Brees finished among the top two among quarterbacks in fantasy points scored in four of the last five seasons, he’s also thrown for over 5,000 yards in three of his last five seasons.
From 2008-2010, Brees was a damn good fantasy quarterback. He led all quarterback in fantasy points scored in 2008, finished second in 2009 and sixth in 2010. Yet, if none of those seasons did he eclipse 20 fantasy points per game as he averaged 18.7 in 2008, 19.1 in 2009 and 16.5 in 2010.
Yet in 2011, something clicked with Brees, namely the arrival of all-world tight end Jimmy Graham bursting onto the scene — since then, the former second-round pick from Purdue has been lighting up fantasy scoreboards like a pinball machine and becoming one of fantasy football’s can’t miss players.
In 2011, Brees broke the NFL recor...