Drew Brees, Saints need each other now -- as much as ever

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Date sent: 2017/12/06 02:19:13
If the New Orleans Saints' 26-20 loss to the Los Angeles Rams didn't give you indigestion, ponder this inconvenient truth:
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December could be Drew Brees' last month in New Orleans.
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That's right, the magical <a href=""></a> 12-year New Orleans career of the greatest player in <a href="">Emmitt Smith Authentic Jersey</a> Saints history could have five games left, three at <a href=""></a> the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, starting with Sunday's NFC showdown against the Carolina Panthers.

It might seem like an unlikely scenario, given Brees' proclaimed commitment to the Crescent City. He has repeatedly said he plans to finish his career in his New Orleans and will not worry about his immediate or long-term future until after the season ends.

"I'll be here for as <a href="">12th Fan Womens Jersey</a> long as they want me," Brees said <a href="">Cam Newton Authentic Jersey</a> after signing his latest extension before the 2016 season.

He reiterated his position to a San Diego radio station earlier this month.

"I feel like we've <a href="">Adam Thielen Jersey Womens</a> got a great opportunity ahead of us and I don't plan on leaving New Orleans ever," Brees said on the Hardwick & Richards show in San Diego. "Hopefully, <a href=""></a> I know all of that stuff takes care of itself when it's supposed to. I have not approached them about any <a href=""></a> contract. We just have a great understanding here. Listen, we're going to go through this season, and we'll <a href="">Odell Beckham Jr Womens Jersey</a> revisit it in the offseason. For right now, I'm in the moment."

I fully expect Brees to finish his career in New Orleans. But things change quickly in the <a href=""></a> NFL, as New York Giants quarterback and New Orleans native Eli Manning learned the hard way this week. Eli's older brother, Peyton Manning, at one time thought he would retire an Indianapolis Colt, too.

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