|Oct. 5, 20159:01 PM PT10:01 PM MT11:01 PM CT12:01 AM ET4:01 GMT12:01 PM 北京时间9:01 PM MST11:01 PM EST11:01 PM CT8:01 UAE0:01 ET3:01 - Brees led the Saints to their first victory Sunday.
Analysis: Brees, who missed New Orleans' previous game because of a bruised rotator cuff in his right (throwing) shoulder, completed 33 of 41 throws for 359 yards and two TDs in his return. "It felt fine. Felt good enough, got the job done, so we're all good," Brees said of his shoulder.
|Sep. 21, 20158:43 AM PT9:43 AM MT10:43 AM CT11:43 AM ET15:43 GMT11:43 PM 北京时间8:43 AM MST10:43 AM EST10:43 AM CT19:43 UAE11:43 ET14:43 - Brees is active Sunday night.
Analysis: Brees missed the Saints' loss in Carolina last Sunday because of a bruised rotator cuff in his right (throwing) shoulder.
|Sep. 14, 20151:11 PM PT2:11 PM MT3:11 PM CT4:11 PM ET20:11 GMT4:11 AM 北京时间1:11 PM MST3:11 PM EST3:11 PM CT0:11 UAE (+1)16:11 ET19:11 - Brees threw for 355 yards in Sunday's season opener but New Orleans took a 31-19 loss to Arizona.
Analysis: Brees, trying to lead the Saints back from a 7-9 season, completed 30 of 48 passes with one touchdown and one interception.
|Sep. 10, 201510:00 PM PT11:00 PM MT12:00 AM CT1:00 AM ET5:00 GMT1:00 PM 北京时间10:00 PM MST12:00 AM EST12:00 AM CT9:00 UAE1:00 ET4:00 - Brees said after practice Wednesday he feels much better than a year ago at this time, when he was still recovering from an oblique injury which affected his throwing mechanics.
Analysis: He also said he had no issue with being held out of the first and last preseason games, and playing only a handful of possessions during the middle two exhibition contests.
|Aug. 31, 201512:43 PM PT1:43 PM MT2:43 PM CT3:43 PM ET19:43 GMT3:43 AM 北京时间12:43 PM MST2:43 PM EST2:43 PM CT23:43 UAE15:43 ET18:43 - Brees had a short afternoon in a 27-13 preseason loss to Houston on Sunday, appearing in just the first drive.
Analysis: Brees completed his first four passes for 40 yards then threw two incompletions at the Texans' 10-yard line, forcing the Saints to settle for a field goal.
|Career Passing Stats|
|Career Rushing/Receiving Stats|
|Career Passing Stats|
|Career Rushing/Receiving Stats|
|Pass Attempted||Completions||Total Incomplete|
|Type||Number||Pct of Incomp||Pct of Overall Attempts|
|Pass Hit at Line||2||5.0||1.6|
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