To those who know him, Drew Christopher Brees comes across as an honest and upright man. He has a great image in the NFL, which he tries to uphold. The truth is, he has a dirty little secret. He’s been living a double life and hiding his true identity from the NFL and its fans, for quite some time now.
It’s time we expose him for what he truly is…
Brees has lead the NFL in passing yards five out of the last six years. In 2013 he was second to Peyton Manning with 5,162 yards.
In the entire history of the NFL, there have been only 9 seasons in which a quarterback has thrown for at least 5,000 yards. Brees has 5 of them and 4 other guys have one each. That means he has had one more 5,000 yard season then all the other QBs in the NFL combined.
Only 25 quarterbacks have ever thrown for over 4,429 in a season. Brees has averaged that in his eleven years in New Orleans. Eleven quarterbacks have thrown for at least 37 TDs in a single season. Brees has averaged that as a Saint.
To put it into perspective, Montana, who many consider the greatest quarterback of all time, never threw for more than 3,944 yards. Brees who barely ever gets mentioned hasn’t thrown for less than 4,388 in the past eleven seasons, which is an NFL record, and that was in 15 games.
Not a bad run for a guy who is too short to play as a pro quarterback in the NFL and who’s best wide receiver was an undrafted free agent who nobody had heard of until Brees turned him into a stud.
Yet, this guy had never been rewarded an MVP and people laugh when I say he is the best quarterback of this generation and on his way to being the best of all time.
Brees is the only QB to ever bring a Super Bowl to New Orleans and the only real stud player to play on the team besides Archie Manning.
He held the league completion percentage record at an incredible 71.2% until this past season. He holds the record for most touchdowns in consecutive games with 54, and the most 400 yard games with 15. He is also tied for the most touchdowns thrown in a game with seven.
Brees leads the league with most passing completions per game, in a career with 25.05. Most seasons with at least 400 completions, and highest completion % per year with 65.64%.
Yet, the league doesn’t want you to know how good Brees is; they give the praise to guys who have had a plethora of studly receivers like Manning, the best Coach and system and a number one defense like Brady, or Rodgers who isn’t even close to matching Brees’ numbers.
Drew Brees is a Bad, Bad man!