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 Stats > Drew Brees  
 
Quarterback, New Orleans Saints

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Draft: 2001 Round 2 (1)
College: Purdue
DOB: 1979-01-15 Age: 36

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  PassingRushing Fantasy
Season Team G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yard TD INTAtt Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2001 SD 2 0 15 27 55.6 221 1 0 2 18 9.0 0 16.9 8.4
2002 SD 16 16 320 526 60.8 3,284 17 16 38 130 3.4 1 251.2 15.7
2003 SD 11 11 205 356 57.6 2,108 11 15 21 84 4.0 0 157.8 14.3
2004 SD 15 15 262 400 65.5 3,159 27 7 53 85 1.6 2 286.5 19.1
2005 SD 16 16 323 500 64.6 3,576 24 15 21 49 2.3 1 285.7 17.9
2006 NO 16 16 357 555 64.3 4,424 26 11 42 32 0.8 0 328.4 20.5
2007 NO 16 16 443 655 67.6 4,428 28 18 24 52 2.2 1 344.6 21.5
2008 NO 16 16 413 635 65.0 5,069 34 17 22 -1 -0.0 0 389.4 24.3
2009 NO 15 15 363 514 70.6 4,388 34 11 22 33 1.5 2 370.7 24.7
2010 NO 16 16 448 658 68.1 4,620 33 22 18 -3 -0.2 0 362.7 22.7
2011 NO 16 16 468 657 71.2 5,476 46 14 21 86 4.1 1 472.4 29.5
2012 NO 16 0 422 670 63.0 5,177 43 19 15 5 0.3 1 437.4 27.3
2012 (Projected) NO     428 649 65.9 4,932 36 17 18 44 2.4 0 395.0  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
With his record-setting passing performance in 2011, Brees finished the season as the top ranked fantasy quarterback, averaging 29.5 FPts/G. He eclipsed Dan Marinoís single-season passing yardage record with 5,476 yards while throwing for a career-high 46 touchdowns. Better yet, he cut down on his interceptions, going from a career-high 22 in 2010 to just 14 last season. Things couldnít be looking rosier, right? Well, Bountygate has put a cloud over the Saints and Breesí outlook for the 2012 season with head coach Sean Payton suspended for the entire year. Paytonís absence has to have a negative impact on the teamís offensive production and letís face it; it is folly to chase last yearís fantasy production so predicting 5,500 passing yards and 45 touchdowns for Brees is foolhardy. Brees will remain a fantasy stud in 2012 but 5,000 yards and 35-40 touchdown passes seems far more realistic. After Aaron Rodgers, Brees deserves consideration as being the number two quarterback on your draft board along with Tom Brady, Matt Stafford and Cam Newton.
Fan. Tm. Player
QB1QB1 Drew Brees
QB2QB2 Luke McCown
QB3QB3 Garrett Grayson
QB4QB4 Ryan Griffin
Saints Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Randy Moss on Brandin Cooks: "Sky's the limit"     -- Fri Aug 21 4:00 pm --

Second-year WR set to become Drew Brees favorite target
Randy Moss, a seven-time Pro Bowl receiver who was born and raised in West Virginia, stopped by the New Orleans Saints training camp on Thursday at the Greenbrier resort. He was there to see old friends on the New England Patriots, including quarterback Tom Brady, but he also had an interest in watching Saints receiver Brandin Cooks. "With Graham gone, that means a lot more targets are going to be coming his way," Moss said. "Just by looking at his body, it looks like he's ready to take on that challenge. He's a good receiver. I'm not going to call him great. But the sky's the limit. He's in a great offense. He's got a great quarterback in Drew Brees. The sky's the limit for whatever he wants to do in this offense, and I think Sean Payton's going to put him in a position to make plays." (New Orleans Times-Picayune)

FF Today's Take: As a rookie last season, Cooks hauled in 53 receptions for 550 yards and three TDs last year in just 10 games - only seven of which he was a starter. It's reasonable to believe that he will double those totals over a full 16 game season.
Jimmy Graham expects to be blocking a lot more     -- Tue Aug 4 8:50 am --

Seahawks TE may no longer be go-to offensive cog
Graham's early debut with the Seahawks has been exactly what was expected, but there are significant differences between what Graham will do in Seattle and what he was asked to do in New Orleans. Blocking was rarely a priority with the Saints because of their pass-happy offense led by Drew Brees. With the Seahawks, blocking is a priority on par with making receptions. "It's very important for me to be a part of that here because that's about 75 percent of the offense here and if you have a back like (Marshawn Lynch), you want to be in there on those explosive runs and you want to be part of that," Graham said. (Associated Press)

FF Today's Take: We're not bullish on Graham's chances to resume the type of fantasy production he saw at his peak in New Orleans, and reaching the 80-reception mark will be a challenge in this offense. Graham seems to be sold on the concept of a '75 percent' running game, and he'll still be a viable third-down option red zone threat -- just not the clear-cut top fantasy TE and difference maker he was in the past.

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