Found October 09, 2012 on
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Welcome to this week's NFL awards, where, as always, we celebrate the best and worst in the week that was in the NFL, with a flare that only we can provide.And away we go...The "record breaker" award goes to Drew BreesIt seems this award was made specifically for Brees, as he has won it more than anyone else, but that often happens when you threaten a different NFL record every week, as he often does.This week, it just so happened to be the record for most consecutive games with a touchdown pass that was once held by Johnny Unitas.But the best thing that happened to Brees this week? He & his Saints teammates finally found the win column against the Chargers, because no one wants to live in a town where you have absolutely no hope of winning...The "Cleveland doesn't rock" award goes to the Cleveland BrownsAnd then there are those that live in Cleveland, where the Browns not only reside as the NFL's only win-less team, but are sitting on an 11-game ...
BEST OF MAXIM
I got even money that Drew didn't know what One Direction was before the filming of this advertisement...
Also to note, I wouldn't find having a random till of screaming girls pop up when I need them:
GLIMMER OF HOPE
Drew Brees broke Johnny Unitas' record when he threw a touchdown against the Chargers, giving him 48 straight games with a TD pass.
The New Orleans Saints are doing their best to block out the ongoing drama surrounding linebacker Jonathan Vilma and defense end Will Smith. That doesn't mean Drew Brees and the 1-4 Saints aren't thinking about it. Brees said Thursday the reissued suspensions were "a sham." He disagrees with the basis for the punishment handed down to players and coaches for the...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Drew Brees' latest assault on a prestigious NFL passing record lifted the embattled New Orleans Saints to their first victory of the season.
Brees broke a half-century-old record by throwing a touchdown pass in his 48th straight game, and the Saints defeated the San Diego Chargers 31-24 on Sunday night.
Brees' 40-yard pass to Devery Henderson eclipsed...
One Direction is Pepsi's newest pop star.
The soda company is partnering with the boy band and NFL star Drew Brees for an ad that will debut this week. The clip shows One Direction and Brees in a head-to-head competition for a can of Pepsi. Brees also performs with the group. It's part of Pepsi's ''Live for Now'' campaign, which has also featured Nicki...
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees set an NFL record with a touchdown pass in his 48th consecutive game on Sunday night at home against the San Diego Chargers. Brees, who tied Johnny Unitas' record of 47 consecutive games in Week 5, set the new benchmark with a 40-yard pass to wide receiver Devery Henderson to tie the score 7-7 with 2:58 remaining in the first quarter...
Who Dat In The Record Books (again)??!!
I think this column HAS to start with the New Orleans Saints. Drew Brees went into this game hoping to guide his team to their first W and hoping to break a 52 year old record, a record that my dad used to tell me was unbreakable but I’ll get that in a minute. I’ll give a slow clap to the Commish for allowing a number of currently suspended...
A couple of years ago, many NFL analysts and historians believed Johnny Unitas record of 47 straight games with a touchdown pass would never be broken. That was until tonight as New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver Devery Henderson for his 48th consecutive game breaking Johnny U's legendary record: This isn't the only NFL passing...
Drew Brees broke Johnny Unitas' record of throwing a touchdown pass for 47 consecutive games during Sunday Night Football when the New Orleans Saints played the San Diego Chargers.Brees completed his record breaking feat on a 40-yard pass to Devery Henderson, making it his 48th consecutive game throwing a touchdown. Johnny Unitas' son, Joe, was in attendance at Louisianna Superdome in...
NEW ORLEANS -- For New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, the first four losses of the season had been an unmitigated disaster. But at least for one night, the future Hall of Famer was once again on top of the NFL world. Chasing Johnny Unitas and NFL history, Brees threw four touchdown passes, three to Marques Colston, in the Saints' 31-24 comeback victory over the San...