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Drew Brees showed Titans rookie quarterback Jake Locker how to close out a win. The New Orleans veteran threw two touchdown passes to Marques Colston in the fourth quarter to lead the Saints to their fifth straight victory with a 22-17 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. On third-and-6, Brees threw 35 yards to a wide-open Marques Colston, who jumped into the air just in front of the goal line...
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Drew Brees had a sluggish first half but turned it on in the second to lead the Saints to a 22-17 win over Tennessee.
Brees finished with 337 yards and 2 TDs, with both TDs and 181 yards coming after halftime. Chris Ivory had only 53 yards on 13 carries. Marques Colston was the flavor of the week among the Saint receiving corps, finishing with 7 catches for 105 yards...
Drew Brees will bring his incredible passing proficiency into the Metrodome to face a depleted Vikings secondary. What Brees has accomplished this season is amazing. We look at the records and how he got there with a distribution scheme that doesn’t discriminate.
Move over, Grover! One of the NFL's top passers is heading to "Sesame Street." New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is making a special appearance on Thursday's episode of the educational children's TV show. He visited the set a few months ago to record the segment, which co-stars the street's furry red resident, Elmo.
Drew Brees had plenty of time to reflect on his missed chances to score as he watched the Tennessee Titans nearly rally past his New Orleans Saints.
Drew Brees threw two touchdown passes to Marques Colston in the fourth quarter to lead the New Orleans Saints to their fifth straight victory with a 22-17 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday
By Steve Camp
Cold, Hard Football Facts Titans beat writer
Thermopylae. Little Big Horn. Titans vs. Saints. Is Sunday’s game a foregone conclusion, a contest in which the Titans are destined for the fate of the Greeks and the US Cavalry? No, surprisingly. There are some Quality Stats in Tennessee’s favor, and a bit of geography, too. Here are some...
I for one fully agree that it’s a total cop out to blame the refs for what your team does or doesn’t do in a close game. With that said the officiating crew for Sunday’s Titans/Saints game on Sunday can suck it and all of you know exactly why.
The dramatic, final moments of that game don’t tell the full tale of the pain we Saints fans endured and neither does the score....
1. Drew Brees, New Orleans at Minnesota
2. Cam Newton, Carolina at Houston
3. Tom Brady, New England at Denver
4. Eli Manning, New York Giants vs Washington
5. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay at Kansas City
6. Tony Romo, Dallas at Tampa Bay
7. Matt Ryan, Atlanta vs Jacksonville
8. Phillip Rivers, San Diego vs Baltimore
9. Matthew Stafford, Detroit at Oakland
10. Michael Vick, Philadelphia...
In a game that was much closer than I anticipated but still had the same result, the Tennessee Titans held the New Orleans Saints' offense in check early but failed to take advantage of their opportunities early and late and fell 22-17.It looked like the Saints might roll like I thought they would, as methodically moved down the field before stalling out inside the 10 for a field...