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So, Drew Brees is pretty good at this whole “throwing a football” thing.

Sure, on the one hand, one could just look at a couple of Brees’ breath-taking stats to admire his sheer talent. Take your pick. There’s his career 65.9 completion percentage, his ridiculous four seasons of 5,000+ yards (no other quarterback has more than one season of 5,000+ yards) and his career passer rating of 95.3 (best for seventh all-time) to name a few. What Brees has been able to accomplish is so great that it can be hard to take in all at once.

On the other hand, we could just watch Drew Brees hit a frisbee with a football on a continuous loop.

Both are fairly good arguments for Drew Brees being a good passer.


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