History continues to be made, the latest from sports come from the New Orlean Saints' quarterback, Drew Brees.
About a week ago, well almost, during a game against the New York Giants, Brees scored seven touchdowns in a single game and made NFL history,
The quarterback became the eigth one the list, to reach his football milestone. While on the field, Drew Brees threw a nine yard touchdown pass to his teammate, C.J. Spiller which tied the game of 49-49 and added some pressure to both teams. Not breaking a sweat, the Saints' laid their plays and won the game with a field goal by Kai Forbath.
After the game, Brees was interviewed and stated how intense the game got.
"Oh, man, I've never been a part of something like that. ... One of the craziest games I've ever been a part of," Brees said after the game."
Drew Brees will be documented for finishing with 511 yards passing and one interception made with both teams accumulated at 101 points, becoming the third highest in NFL history.
Brees broke NY Giants QB, Eli Manning record when he made six touchdown in a single game.