NFL Network Celebrates Drew Brees' Career With a Weekend Marathon

The NFL Network will be honoring the 20-year NFL career of QB Drew Brees with a weekend long marathon starting Saturday, March 20th.
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The NFL Network commemorates Drew Brees' greatest moments of the past two decades with a weekend long marathon that began Saturday morning at 11 a.m CST. The celebration of Brees' historic NFL career includes re-airs of the New Orleans Saints greatest moments, Brees' best individual performances, and the best of Drew Brees mic'd up.

Saturday took the Who Dat Nation back to the greatest season in the history of the franchise, 2009. Beginning with a re-air of one of the most thrilling NFC Championship games in NFL history between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints. Following the NFC championship re-air Saints fans got ready to "party with the Lombardi" as the NFL Network aired the Saints' Super Bowl XLIV victory against the Indianapolis Colts.

From 4 p.m - 8 p.m the NFL Network continued to relive the 2009 season with Sound FX, The Timeline: Rebirth in New Orleans, and the Super Bowl XLIV highlight film. The network concluded Saturday's festivities with one of Drew Brees' most historic career moments. The primetime slot was filled with the re-air of Drew Brees breaking Dan Marino's single season passing record on December 26th, 2011 in a blowout victory over the Atlanta Falcons.

Sunday's slate began bright and early and celebrated some of Brees' top individual games of the last half-decade beginning at 8 a.m. It was an offensive shootout for the ages to start the morning, as Brees dueled the Giants and Eli Manning inside the Superdome to 13 total touchdown passes.

The celebration of Brees' career on NFL Network concludes late Sunday evening with his final regular season home game of his 20-year NFL career, a Christmas victory over the Vikings by the score of 52-33.

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