Creating an absolutely dominant all-time 53-man New Orleans Saints roster

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The Saints typically keep three signal callers on the roster so that’s what I have them doing on their all-time team as well.

The first quarterback is none other than Drew Brees. Brees has spent 14 seasons in the Big Easy logging a 68.8 completion percentage, 65,000 passing yards, and 467 touchdown passes in his Saints career.

Brees holds many NFL records including most career passing yards, most career touchdown passes, and highest career completion percentage.

The second signal-caller on the all-time team is Archie Manning. Manning was the first true quarterback the franchise ever had and he played well on very bad Saints teams and stayed loyal to the black and gold.

Manning went to two Pro Bowls as a member of the Saints and was selected into the team’s Hall of Fame in 1988.

The final quarterback on the all-time roster is Aaron Brooks.

Aaron Brooks spent six seasons in the black and gold from 2000-2005 before Drew Brees came along. Brooks held many of the passing records Brees now owns and he was nominated into the Saints Hall of Fame in 2014.