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Drew Brees Can Still Lead the Saints

NFL 2016 has just got underway and is in its sixth week. The fan frenzy is reaching its boiling point as the league progresses. This is not just a statement but is backed up by data of items being sold which are related to different teams and players of the National Football League. Similarly wagers and bets are being put on people’s favorites or the ones which are tipped off to be hits this season. If you are not a sports betting person, don’t lose a moment and bet online.

The New Orleans Saints is a professional football team that plays in the National Football League as a member club of the NFC (National Football Conference), South Division. Their home ground is at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The club was established in 1967. After the Katrina Hurricane damaged the Superdome, the Saints played for two seasons in other stadiums until the Superdome was repaired. Drew Beers is the star quarterback for the Saints. He is one player that attracts the maximum endorsements and bets.

Drew Brees was drafted as the first pick by the San Diego Chargers after a productive career for his varsity at Purdue University. He was one of the most decorated Big Ten players once he graduated college. He remains the Big Ten record-holder in virtually every passing category, including completions (1,026), yards (11,792) and touchdowns (90). Brees started as the quarterback for the Chargers in 2002 and led them to the Pro Bowl in 2004. He then suffered a severe shoulder injury and remained a free agent before being picked by the Saints. This was one of the best decisions made by the Saint’s administration in recent times as he led them to eight Pro Bowls and the Saint’s first Super Bowl against the Colts. After joining the Saints in 2006, Brees leads the stats board in many disciplines that include touchdown for a quarterback, passing yards and 300-yard games.

The last game performance was not trademark Brees by his own standards. He struggled with accuracy most of the game. He also threw an interception in the fourth quarter that made him look like a school boy rather than a professional football player. However, he possesses the class to turn around a performance in between a match and ended with two touchdown drives for the win.

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