The quarterbacks Drew Brees won Tom Brady this Sunday the battle of the great quarterbacks with four passes for touchdowns, in a victory for the Saints in New Orleans on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-3 in the american football NFL.
This was the worst defeat in the career of Brady, winner of six Super Bowl with the Patriots of New England.
Brees threw touchdown passes to four different receptors when the Saints won easily, the showdown for first place in the South Division of the National Conference.
“He had all of his weapons in the field. So I thought I would be one of those games,” said Brees about the clash of quarterbacks.
“We have 22 years of playing between us, so there is a lot of respect,” he added.
Brees completed 26 of 32 passes for 222 yards and 12 different receptors they caught passes, while Brady threw three interceptions and failed to no touchdown.
The four touchdown passes from Brees allowed him to jump over Brady in his battle for the record for TDs of all time in the NFL.
Brees now has 564 touchdown passes in his career, while Brady has 561.
Was defeat more bitter of a race legendary for Brady, as the Saints scored three touchdowns before Brady registered a first attempt.
Brady completed 22 of 38 passes and Tampa ran the ball only five times, the lowest total in the history of the league.
The kicker Wil Lutz kicked a field goal of 36 yards at the end of the second quarter when New Orleans already won 31-0 at intermission.