Drew Brees: A Prolific Quarterback
Not too long ago, Drew Brees was one of the most successful quarterbacks in the NFL and of all time. He was not quite at the level of Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, or Joe Montana, but he was close in terms of his statistical production. StatMuse reported that he has the most seasons of at least 5,000 passing yards in NFL history, with more than double the amount of any other player.
A Hall of Fame Resume
The New Orleans Saints legend is certain to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as soon as he is eligible. His resume is quite impressive, including thirteen Pro Bowl appearances, seven times leading the league in passing yards, and six times in completion percentage. He put the finishing touches on his legacy by winning the Super Bowl over Manning’s Indianapolis Colts.
Drew Brees will be remembered as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. His impressive resume and Super Bowl victory will ensure that he is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as soon as he is eligible. His statistical production is second to none, with more seasons of at least 5,000 passing yards than any other player.