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New Orleans Saints: QB Drew Brees Set To Have Record Year In 2011

By Editorial Staff
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That kind of drop off in rushing yards, carries, and touchdowns put a lot more pressure on Brees to throw the ball even more in 2010.

Now the Saints have put together another group of running backs that can help Brees carry this team back to the Superbowl.

The addition of running back Darren Sproles via free agency, first round draft pick Mark Ingram, a healthy Pierre Thomas, and Chris Ivory when recovered should push the offense to unseen heights.

Ivory though  had another set back when he had sports hernia surgery in Philadelphia,. That surgery may cause him to be put on the PUP list to start the season, creating a roster spot for the Saints, who may choose to add a running back,

There are some good choiced already in the roster, and the Saints will have a tough choice between Joique Bell, Chris Taylor or Patrick Cobbs.

I think the Saints have learned a valuable lesson from last year’s injuries to their running backs, and are more prepared if the injury bug should arise again this year.

Having a full compliment of talent at the running back position, will allow Brees to aim high, and set new records this season. Could this finally be the year he breaks Dan Marino’s passing yardage record?

He has always been a leader on offense, but more importantly he is the leader of the entire team. Every player out there play’s hard for him, even the free agents signed by the Saints this offseason claim they came to New Orleans because of Drew Brees and the Saints commitment to winning.

The outlook for the 2011 season is promising as the Saints once again have all of the pieces in place to win now, and with Brees at the helm, they will.

When Drew Brees has finished his career in New Orleans he will have set the standard for future quarterbacks in the NFL. Brees will be remembered as one of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game.

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