Drew Brees

Drew Brees Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'0" / 209 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
January 15, 1979 (41)
20th Season
2001 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 32 (LAC)

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Drew Brees News

Drew Brees Throws For 325 Yards With Two Scores

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees completed 33 of 47 passes for 325 yards with a touchdown throw and a rushing score along with one interception in a victory Monday night. It certainly wasn't pretty at times, as Brees looked shaky and inaccurate throughout the night, though he was good when he needed to be. His 47 pass attempts were by far a season-high, as New Orleans was forced to the air after being down 20-3 at the half. All things considered, Brees is sitting pretty comfortably as fantasy football's QB15, with nine touchdowns and three interceptions heading into a Week 6 bye. A Week 7 divisional clash with the Panthers awaits, a game where Brees will likely have his favorite target, Michael Thomas (ankle), back in the fold.

Oct. 13th • 12:15 PM
Drew Brees A Solid Start Against Chargers

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees gets a good matchup against the Chargers in Week 5. Brees has quieted some of the take about his potential decline over the last two weeks, with 534 passing yards and five scores compared to just one interception. The veteran signal-caller will get to face a Los Angeles defense that was just shredded by Tom Brady for 369 passing yards and five touchdowns. It should be noted that the Chargers were pretty stingy against the pass prior to that game, though injuries have made them more vulnerable. Brees probably won't throw for five scores, though he profiles as a low-end QB1/high-end QB2 for this matchup.

Oct. 9th • 6:16 PM
Drew Brees Tosses For 246 Yards

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees finished the Week 4 win over Detroit with 246 yards, two touchdowns, and one pick while going 19-for-25. This season, the veteran hasn't been putting up the most flashy numbers, and this week was another rather modest performance from a fantasy perspective. As long as the run game remains robust, Brees won't be tossing the ball as much during games. As a result, he remains a low-end QB1 or high-end QB2 going forward.

Oct. 4th • 4:26 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Drew Brees
Taysom Hill
RB Alvin Kamara
Latavius Murray
LWR Tre'Quan Smith
Marquez Callaway
RWR Emmanuel Sanders
Michael Thomas
SWR Bennie Fowler
Tommylee Lewis
TE Jared Cook
Josh Hill
LT Terron Armstead
LG Andrus Peat
Derrick Kelly
C Erik McCoy
RG Nick Easton
Cesar Ruiz
RT Ryan Ramczyk
Ethan Greenidge
LDE Cameron Jordan
Carl Granderson
LDT David Onyemata
Sheldon Rankins
NT Malcom Brown
Shy Tuttle
RDE Trey Hendrickson
Marcus Davenport
SLB Kaden Elliss
Zack Baun
MLB Alex Anzalone
Craig Robertson
WLB Demario Davis
LCB Janoris Jenkins
P.J. Williams
SS Malcolm Jenkins
FS Marcus Williams
D.J. Swearinger
RCB Marshon Lattimore
Patrick Robinson
NB C.J. Gardner-Johnson
K Wil Lutz