ESPN on Brees:. (Speculation on possible decline) (1 Viewer)

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Man... i wish i could dismiss the whole thing and just point to his accuracy.

But there was a decline in his production after the Falcons game. Chalk it up to undisclosed injury... or decline... it was not good.

We should have won the NFC championship as a blowout. Our offense was mediocre. Cook may be the missing piece. Let's see but can't turn back time.
 

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Barnwell is a very well respected writer.

I think one of drews problems last year was that defenses started taking away the top receiving options and drew was lacking for that 3rd and 4th option.
Also the injuries on the OL.

I do believe though that Drew’s ability downfield is not what it once was. If he can have legit protection and reliable 2nd & 3rd receiving options though, we will see very good production from Drew
 

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Man... i wish i could dismiss the whole thing and just point to his accuracy.

But there was a decline in his production after the Falcons game. Chalk it up to undisclosed injury... or decline... it was not good.

We should have won the NFC championship as a blowout. Our offense was mediocre. Cook may be the missing piece. Let's see but can't turn back time.
The "decline" came from the steep drop in O-Line play and the fact that he literally had 2 reliable weapons on offense.
 

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