Published: Tue, October 09, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Brees is all-time passing leader

Brees is all-time passing leader

The New Orleans Saints' star quarterback needed just 201 passing yards Monday night against the Washington Redskins to surpass Peyton Manning's all-time record of 71,940, set in 2015.

Drew Brees is the NFL's new record holder for the most career passing yards. Then, in the second quarter, having passed Favre but still needing 35 more yards to beat Manning, Brees found Smith wide open deep down the right sideline to break the record in stunning fashion.

In a congratulatory video posted on the Denver Broncos official Twitter, a short video shows Manning chopping tomatoes while lamenting his lost record.

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Congratulations on such a great career that is still going strong for Drew Brees. He led the Saints to a Super Bowl win over Manning and the Colts in 2009. Brees is roughly 5,000 yards ahead of the next active player on the all-time passing list - No. 4 Tom Brady at 67,077. How about that? Hey, I love you guys so much. "I think Drew's had a couple of big yardage seasons and maybe they haven't been winning as many games, so I think that can be a little bit misleading". But one thing the microphones picked up which wasn't immediately noticed was what Brees told his children after he broke the record.

Brees came into Monday already in possession of several other National Football League career passing records, including most completions (6,344), highest completion percentage (67.1), most passing yards per game (283.6), most consecutive 4,000-yard passing seasons (12), most consecutive games with a touchdown pass (54) and most consecutive games with at least 20 completions (57).

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