Saints star Brees sets National Football League all-time pass yardage record

Saints star Brees sets National Football League all-time pass yardage record

Drew Brees is that dude: In direct contrast to Smith, Brees was simply sensational by putting together a record-setting performance against the Redskins. "I didn't know it was going to happen on the first play to Tre'Quan". Brees retrieved the ball from Smith and then handed it to David Baker, president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

Brees had 12,238 passing yards as a member of the then-San Diego Chargers from 2001-05, but his assault on the National Football League record books truly began when he joined the Saints as a free agent in 2006.

The Redskins (2-2) next take on the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

Brees completed 26 of 29 passes and threw three touchdown passes, giving him 499 for his career.

With the game well in hand after the two-minute warning, Payton subbed Brees out of the game.

New Orleans (3-1) have, in typical fashion, provided their fans with a ton of points and a lot of drama.

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Manning, a New Orleans native whose father, Archie, starred for the Saints, could not attend the game because of a scheduling conflict.

He finished with 53 yards rushing and 20 receiving.

They've only played three games, but Washington's defense now ranks first in yards allowed per game (278.0), passing yards allowed per game (187.3) and points allowed per game (14.7). Looking for a score, running back Adrian Peterson helps jump start the offense with a catch-and-run for a first down. The running backs were good, but playing from behind, they really couldn't execute their game plan.

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he had a rib injury. Ryan Kerrigan hadn't finished celebrating his first sack of the season when Nicholson shoved Ingram to the turf in plain sight of the official, drawing a 15-yard penalty that extended New Orleans's drive. "I just play because I love the game and I love to compete and I love being part of this organization". Earlier in the second quarter, he found tight end Josh Hill for a 1-yard flip in the back of the end zone. He is set for an MRI on Tuesday to determine the severity of the injury.

Saints: In addition to Lattimore, reserve defensive lineman Taylor Stallworth limped off the field, favoring his right leg.

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