Happy Birthday #9 !

photoOne of the most proficient quarterbacks to play the game turns 36 today! With so many records broken, at times it seems like Brees is his own competition. Fans have witnessed games where Brees has shattered his own achievements and challenges himself. A man of selflessness and not of selfishness, Brees has recently stated that he’ll be flexible with his contract in order to help his team achieve further success for the years to come. Drew could have taken a bigger contract but what good is the pay if your team is not winning? Drew Brees has also done exceptional work for the city of New Orleans and played a big part in the rebuilding of the of the city from 2009 and still provides assistance.

In 2009 he delivered extradonary performances in order to lift his team to a Super-bowl win. Not only did that championship lift up the city who were in the middle of recovery from Katrina, it lifted the spirits of Saints fans everywhere. We know how great this guy is but show some of these accomplishments to the nonbelievers of “Breesus”. Check them out below


  • 2001 – first pick of the draft for the second round (drafted to the San Diego Chargers)
  • 2006 – joined the New Orleans Saints and won Walter Payton Man Of The Year 
  • 2007 – at the time, 28 touchdowns for the season was tied by Brees
  • 2008 –  Brees became only the 2nd player in the history of the league to throw for over 5,000 yards
  • 2008 – Offensive player of the year
  • 2009-Runner up for Offensive player of the year
  • 2009 – Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 to win the Super-bowl and first championship for the Saints organization
  • 2009 – 70.62 was the record mark made by Drew Brees for completion percentage
  • 2010 – Brees named Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the year
  • 2010 – AP Male athlete of the year
  • 2011- Broke Dan Marino’s record for most passing yards in a single NFL season
  • 2011 – Became the first player to threw for over 4,000 yards in the first 12 games of the season; on top of 30 touchdowns
  • 2011 – an average of 334 yards passing per game broke Dan Fouts’ record which was set in 1982 (320)
  • 2012 – 5 straight seasons of at least 30 TD’s and 4,000 passing yards
  • 2012 – 6th selection as a player for the Pro Bowl
  • 2012 – 48 straight games with at least 1 touchdown
  • 2013 – quickest player ever to get to 50,000 yards
  • continues streak of at least 30 TD’s and 4,000 passing yards
  • 12 straight years of being the best player and leader he can be



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