The NFL’s future Hall of Fame, Drew Brees, on Cloud Nine as he sets NFL record for all-time passing touchdowns

Currently playing for the National Football League’s New Orlean Saints, Drew Brees, sets an all-time high record of the most passing touchdowns in the NFL’s history.


Drew Brees, leading from the front, shows how it’s done

Brew, who once played for Purdue University, drafted himself into the NFL in 2001. Playing for San Diego Chargers for a couple of years from 2001 to 2005, he led them to participate in the Super Bowl Championship. After parting with the Chargers in 2006, Drew Brees associated himself with the New Orlean Saints.

The New Orlean Saints came back hard in their Monday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts as Brees scored three touchdowns, two in the second quarter and one in the third, surpassing Peyton Manning’s record of 539 touchdowns. Brees now has 540 touchdowns, the most in NFL history, as saints beat Colts 34-7. In his 19-year career, this achievement of the most touchdowns made him feel on the top of the world.


Twitter reacts to his achievements

Brees, one of the richest NFL players with a net worth of 130 million, has won many hearts as his fans congratulated him on achieving this feat. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who has 538 touchdowns took it to the twitter, as he said

”Congrats drew!! Couldn’t be more deserving. Passing Peyton in anything is an incredible achievement and your records will be tough to beat! But it’s worth trying”

A couple of players called him ‘LEGEND’ and ‘epitome of excellence.’

To this Brees reacted as he said,””It was special. Everything about tonight. We’re playing the Colts, a team that we won the Super Bowl against 10 years ago. The whole Super Bowl 44 team was back for the 10th anniversary, and obviously national television. It just makes you shake your head. It kind of makes your whole life and career flash before your eyes because I never thought I would have the chance to be a part of something like this.”

The two-time NFL Offensive Player Of The Year also holds the record for most career pass completions (6,800 and counting), most career passing yards (76,600 and counting) and the highest career pass completion percentage (67.5%).