• Chargers-Saints: Five things to watch

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Oct 7, 2012
    With Saints coach Sean Payton allowed to watch the game from the stands despite his yearlong suspension, and Joe Unitas also on hand to see Brees break his father's record, Brees delivered, as he usually does. For one memorable night, at least, the entire beleaguered Saints organization and its frustrated fans could celebrate a special moment in football history and recapture that winning feeling that had become commonplace before an offseason overshadowed by the NFL's bounty investigation.
    • Brees breaks Unitas' record

      The Saints notched their first win in style. Drew Brees broke Johnny Unitas' record by throwing a TD in his 48th straight game, helping New Orleans rally to overtake San Diego 31-24.
    • Eras favor Unitas, but defensive complexities give Brees the historical nod

      In 1960, the year that Johnny Unitas completed his streak of 47 straight games with a touchdown pass, #19 also led the league in touchdown passes ... with 25. In 2011, the man who led the league on passing touchdowns was Drew Brees, with 46, and Brees h…
      Source: yahoo.com

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