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#9 Drew Brees, QB
New Orleans Saints
Height: 6'-0"
Weight: 209
Birthdate: January 15th,1979
Age: 36
College: Purdue
Year: 2001
Round: 2   Pick: 1
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Fantasy Analysis

The Saints want to run more! The Saints want to run more! Yeah, right. We heard that chilling preseason prediction three years in a row, and Brees racked up some of the best passing statistics of his career during that time frame. Since 2011, the New Orleans gunslinger averaged a fantasy friendly 329.5 passing yards and 2.67 touchdown passes per game. As long as head coach Sean Payton prowls the sidelines in the Big Easy, the New Orleans offense will revolve around the 35-year-old Brees slinging the rock a ton with his lively, accurate arm. Brees' top-two targets - Jimmy Graham and Marques Colston - are returning, but, granted, the team is putting a lot of trust in youngsters Kenny Stills and Joe Morgan along with first round draft pick Brandin Cooks to fill the void left by the departed Lance Moore (Steelers). The lightning-quick Stills will operate as a starting receiver and deep threat, and he is a breakout candidate. Since Darren Sproles (Eagles) is gone, Pierre Thomas returns as the Saints' only proven pass-catching back. Throughout the years, the names of Brees' receivers have changed, but his production has remained elite.

Passing: 4848 Yards, 37 TD, 14 INT.
Rushing: 40 Yards, 2 TD.

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