Sports Day Tampa Bay: Drew Brees sets NFL’s all-time passing yardage mark

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) hugs his family after breaking the NFL all-time passing record Monday in New Orleans. [AP Photo/Gerald Herbert]
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) hugs his family after breaking the NFL all-time passing record Monday in New Orleans. [AP Photo/Gerald Herbert]
Published October 9

Drew Brees sets the NFL's all-time passing yardage mark in style, throwing a 62-yard touchdown pass and then telling his children on the sideline that you can accomplish anything you want in life if you work at it.

Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston can learn from Brees' consistency, as the Saints signalcaller regularly completes 67 percent of his passes while throwing for 300-plus yards and three touchdowns.

Plus, Dirk Koetter explains why Mike Smith remains as defensive coordinator. Brentson Buckner discusses his "average" defensive line, and Jon Hoke talks about the Bucs young defensive backs.

And, three of the final four teams in the baseball playoffs have been determined.

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