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Saints News, 11/4/15: Drew Brees Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week

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From NOLA.com: Brees threw an NFL-record seven touchdowns in a win against the Giants on Sunday. He and YA Tittle are the only quarterbacks in NFL history to pass for at least 500 yards and seven touchdowns in a single game. Brees has won 20 Offensive Player of the Week awards since joining the Saints in 2006, the most in the NFL during that time. He is one of three players to win the award at least 20 times. Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are the others.

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Drew Brees named NFC Offensive Player of the Week after throwing seven touchdowns | NOLA.com
This is the second time this season he has won the award

Easy call: Brees named NFC Offensive Player of the Week | ProFootballTalk
Brees also won the award in Week 4 of this season. Since joining Saints in 2006, Brees has won 20 player of the week awards, the most in the NFL during that span. With 22 such awards in his career, he joins Peyton Manning (27) and Tom Brady (24) as the only players with 20 or more.

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