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Drew Brees threw 102 passes during the 2009 playoffs, the highest total in one postseason by a player who didn't throw an interception. The previous high was 89 by Troy Aikman in 1992. In his pro career, Brees has thrown only two interceptions among 225 postseason passes. That interception rate of one for every 112.5 passes is the lowest in NFL history, ahead of Bart Starr's rate of one pick for every 71 passes.

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