Drew Brees Sets NFL Passing Touchdowns Record, Plays Near Perfect Game

Drew Brees passed Peyton Manning for the NFL passing touchdowns record in the Saints’ 34-7 win over the Colts on Monday night.

Brees played a near perfect game, going 29-of-30 for 307 yards and four touchdowns. The touchdowns were the 538th, 539th, 540th and 541st scores of his career. It was also the best single-game passing percentage in NFL history with a 96.7% success rate.

The 11-3 Saints take on the Titans in Week 16.


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  1. […] Monday Night Football game between the Saints and the Colts, which featured a record-breaking performance from Drew Brees, did 11.057 million viewers on ESPN. That was down from the 11.360 million viewers the game did the […]

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