NFL Football New Orleans Saints vs San Francisco 49ers
New Orleans Saints receiver Robert Meachem (17) celebrates with fellow receiver Devery Henderson (19) after Meachem caught a 47-yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees during second quarter action against the San Francisco 49ers at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans on September 28, 2008. The Saints defeated the 49ers 31-17. (UPI Photo/A.J. Sisco)
Drew Brees completed three of his four scoring passes to Marques Colston Sunday and the New Orleans Saints rallied for their first win, 31-24 over San Diego.
Drew Brees racked up 466 yards and three touchdowns Saturday and the New Orleans Saints rallied for a 45-28 win over Detroit in an NFC wild card game.
Drew Brees hurled three touchdown passes Sunday and the streaking New Orleans Saints won their fourth straight with a 31-17 victory over Detroit.
Drew Brees hooked up with Marques Colston for a game-winning touchdown with 31 seconds left Sunday that let the New Orleans Saints edge Cincinnati 34-30.
Drew Brees piled up 382 passing yards and hurled four touchdowns Sunday, powering the New Orleans Saints' 34-19 victory over Seattle.
Drew Brees connected on three touchdown passes, racking up 263 yards Sunday in the New Orleans Saints' 31-6 victory over Tampa Bay.
Drew Brees demonstrated Friday he is ready for the regular season, throwing for 240 yards and two TDs to lead the New Orleans Saints past San Diego 36-21.
Undefeated New Orleans rallied to tie Washington in the fourth quarter and beat the Redskins 33-30 Sunday with Garrett Hartley's 18-yard field goal in overtime.
Drew Brees fired five touchdown passes Monday for unbeaten New Orleans, which broke away with a big second quarter and ripped the New England Patriots 38-17.
Drew Brees passed for three touchdowns and Mike Bell ran for two Sunday, carrying unbeaten New Orleans to a 38-7 rout of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.