Who can be Brees' extra set of eyes on the sideline for the Saints in 2018?
By Bob Rose
The New Orleans Saints have had one of the most enviable quarterback situations in the league over the past twelve seasons with Drew Brees at the helm. Brees is a first ballot Hall of Famer, and one of the best to ever play the position. New Orleans has had unprecedented success since Brees became a Saint in 2006, winning 4 division titles, going to the playoffs six times, and winning a Super Bowl championship. He has won 112 games as starting quarterback for the Saints, and gone to ten Pro Bowls while presiding over perhaps the most prolific passing attack in NFL history. Brees thrown for over 5,000 yards an incredible FIVE times, an achievement only accomplished nine times in league history, with none other than Brees doing it more than once.
He needs just 1,495 yards and 52 touchdowns to pass Peyton Manning as the all-time NFL leader in those categories, and 79 completions to pass Brett Favre as the all-time completions leader. Number 9 enters his thirteenth training camp with the Saints, but this year perhaps more than any other there are major questions as to who his backup may be. With New Orleans set to open their training camp on July 26th, we open our training camp positional previews with the most important position in today's NFL. ...
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