Found October 12, 2012 on Fantasy Football SPIN:
In week 6, Drew Brees, Jay Cutler, Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert are taking the week off so they can catch up on their yoga classes. Each week we analyze the match ups and provide our take on which Quarterbacks you should start and which should be sitting on your fantasy pine. We take several variables into account including matchups, injuries, potential weather problems, arrests, baby mama trouble, etc.

Drew Brees calls the bounty situation a sham, addresses Terry Bradshaw’s comments

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was on ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike in the Morning and said that he agrees with Scott Fujita’s assessment of commissioner Roger Goodell and called the entire bounty situation ” a sham.”“This could go on for a while, because, certainly, our players are not satisfied with some of the things that Commissioner Goodell has claimed or said...

Drew Brees stars in Pepsi commercial with One Direction (Video)

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:

GM defends Cutler as franchise quarterback

Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery defended Jay Cutler as a franchise quarterback Wednesday and shrugged off recent sideline incidents with left tackle J'Marcus Webb and offensive coordinator Mike Tice. ''He's a passionate player,'' Emery said. ''He has great drive and energy. He's moving toward excellence. He does care and love his teammates...

Brees backs players in bounty case

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...

Drew Brees Calls Bounty Scandal 'a Big Sham,' Completely Agrees With Scott Fujita's Statement

Drew Brees has been very vocal about the whole bounty scandal involving the New Orleans Saints, and his frustration has yet to subside. Brees spoke out about the scandal again on Thursday, noting that he agrees with everything his former teammate, Scott Fujita, said in a statement released on Wednesday. "This could go on for a while, because, certainly, our...

2012 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Week 6

Drew Brees won’t be extending his NFL record for consecutive games with a touchdown pass since the Saints aren’t playing in Week 6. The Bears,...

Phil Emery defends Jay Cutler

Bears GM Phil Emery says he's a fan of Jay Cutler, sees him as a franchise quarterback and isn't worried about his sideline antics.

Bears GM defends Cutler, praises Marshall

Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery, speaking to the media for the first time since training camp, steadfastly defended quarterback Jay Cutler's sideline demeanor, which has included bumping offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb and walking away from offensive coordinator Mike Tice. Emery said he considered the Bears a family and that overall Cutler has been a valuable member...

Bears first quarter grades: offense

While Jay Cutler and Chicago’s offense have been inconsistent through four games, the group has shown flashes of potential.

Terry Bradshaw unimpressed with Drew Brees’ new record, upset he emailed Goodell about Payton

Former Pittsburgh Steelers great Terry Bradshaw told WFAN in New York that he isn’t blown away by Drew Brees breaking Johnny Unitas’ record for the most consecutive games with a touchdown pass.“(The record) didn’t blow me away,” Bradshaw said, per WFAN. “I’m not much on that stuff … I’m not into records, fellas. I’m just into winning football games. (The Saints...

Drew Brees still thinks Goodell is misusing his power

Drew Brees has said it again, he thinks NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is misusing his power.He is backing former team mate Scott Fujita’s Wednesday’s statement saying, “I agree with everything that Scott Fujita said in his statement. I thought it was a strong statement, certainly very true.”In Fujita’s statement, he questioned the commissioners decision to push for an...

Brees agrees with Fujita's criticism of Roger Goodell

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees believes NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell continues to misuse his power after upholding the suspensions of Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith for their involvement in the Saints bounty scandal. “This (bounty saga) could go on for a while because, certainly our players are not satisfied with some of the things that Commissioner Goodell has claimed...

Drew Brees continues to hammer Roger Goodell

Roger Goodell has been, if nothing else, decisive as the NFL's commissioner. He's instituted a program that constantly fines players for illegal hits, he's negotiated successfully on the NFL's behalf with both the NFLPA and NFLRA, and he's handed down some of the most stringent penalties in NFL history in regard to the bountygate scandal. To say the least, Roger...
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