Drew Brees says he'd love to break the NFL's single-season passing record this year, so long as the Saints keep winning.
Three seasons after nearly matching Dan Marino's single-season
record of 5,084 yards passing, Brees is on pace through 10 games to make another run at it.
Brees says such a record would be meaningful because it's
something that requires the help of teammates and coaches, meaning they, too, could share in it.
In a 26-23 overtime win at Atlanta last Sunday, Brees passed for
322 yards and two touchdowns. He remained atop the NFL with 3,326 yards passing, the most yards through the first 10 games of a season in NFL history.
Should he maintain his pace, he'll finish with 5,322 yards through the air.