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Drew Brees has no problem telling the difference between a fully inflated football and a partially uninflated ball.
Expert level Madden moves.
Captain Munnerlyn suplexed Drew Brees during a game. Here's Brees' pro wrestling analysis.
It's about that time to draft our fantasy teams, so let's start the preparations by weighing the pros and cons of the quarterbacks.
True Detective Season Brew.
Drew Brees and his wife got to check out a screening of Noah the other night, and because they’re just the most wholesome and squeaky clean couple in the NFL, they decided to dress up for it.
Drew Brees was on the Colbert Report last night. As a Saints fan, I turned to North Korean press releases for inspiration to write this up.
Covering the weekend's playoff action in the NFL.
This just in: beating the New Orleans at home is hard.
Cam Newton is just one of the many so-called elite players that probably broke our fantasy football hearts in Week 10.
Every week, the NFL presents a "game of the week" and whether the honorable distinction lives up to its billing is a coin flip.
(via Getty Image) I am wearing the sucker dunce cap this week.
I had a good feeling that the San Francisco 49ers would struggle a little bit in the early weeks of this NFL season, what with Michael Crabtree and Mario Manningham both not expected to play until at least Week 7.
Welcome, ladies and mostly gentlemen, to the 67th annual installment of the With Leather Guide To Not Looking Like A Total Moron When Drafting Your Fantasy Football Team, in which I offer you totally unqualified advice on how to draft your fantasy team and which players you should pick this season.
Between Aaron Hernandez’s murder charges, Riley Cooper’s open invitation for safeties to decapitate him and even Johnny Manziel supposedly lowering his draft stock for being a typical college bro, I thought that the NFL’s writers who don’t like doing actual reporting on teams and players and simply prefer sticking to moral brow-beating and soap box finger-wagging.
I’ve had a joke going with several friends over the past few weeks that Calvin Johnson has helped put the Madden Curse to rest, while we’re starting to see the emergence of an all new and much more powerful NFL demon – the Thursday Night Football QB Curse.
Drew Brees was nice enough to answer a few questions from us and will hopefully lead the Saints to victory over the Falcons on Sunday.
You should know the drill by now.
The legend of Robert Griffin III continues to grow each Sunday.