By Herbie Teope - Around the NFL Writer | NFL.com
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has another opportunity to join Peyton Manning and Hall of Famer Brett Favre in the record books.
With a win against the Baltimore Ravens, Brees will become the third quarterback in league history to beat all 32 teams.
The record-breaking Brees, however, looks at Sunday's matchup as another contest against a formidable opponent.
"Again, you try to make it like any other game, any other opponent," Brees told reporters Wednesday, via the Saints' official website. "You turn on the film and you know you just digest what you see you know.
"Take the name off the helmet and just go off you know what you see on film and they are an extremely talented defense across the board. Front, linebacker corps, back end in secondary. You see they've built that defense to fit those pieces and execution has to be at a premium to beat these guys." ...
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