Description: Saints quarterback Drew Brees is 500 passing yards away from his third straight 5,000-yard season.
Insight: Brees already has reached 30 touchdowns for the sixth consecutive year, and he's cut his interceptions down from 19 last season to 10 while raising his completion percentage from 63 percent to 68.2 percent.
Description: Saints wideout Marques Colston had 92 yards and a touchdown on eight catches Sunday against the Rams.
Insight: Colston is making a late run at 1,000 yards after disappointing fantasy owners for most of the season. He's turned in 17 receptions, 217 yards and three touchdowns the last two games and will go into the final two weeks with 64 catches, 813 yards and five scores.
Description: According to Mike Triplett of espn.com, Saints running back Darren Sproles played a measly 15 snaps Sunday night against the Panthers.
Insight: Sproles' playing time continues to dwindle. He's offered inconsistent production all season, putting up a pair of two-touchdown games, 10 games with zero scores and just two games with 100 yards from scrimmage (zero since Week 4).
Description: Saints running back Darren Sproles (ankle, knee) practiced fully Thursday, according to Mike Triplett of espn.com. Sproles missed last Thursday's game against Atlanta.
Insight: Sproles has offered inconsistent production this season, putting up two two-touchdown games and zero scores in his other eight, so fantasy owners should be overly excited about having him back. Pierre Thomas is the Saints running back to own.
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (foot, elbow) played 38 of 60 played Thursday night.
Insight: Graham doesn't need to play every down to be one of the best tight ends in the NFL. Even with Ben Watson catching a TD pass in the first quarter, Graham was a fantasy stud with five receptions for 100 yards and a score.
Description: Saints running back Darren Sproles (ankle, knee) is inactive for Thursday's game at Atlanta.
Insight: Sproles has offered inconsistent production this season, putting up two two-touchdown games and zero scores in his other eight, so he's not a major loss for fantasy owners. Pierre Thomas is a RB2 this week, and Mark Ingram has some flex value in deeper leagues.
Description: According to espn.com's Mike Triplett, Saints running back Darren Sproles (ankle, knee) is a "true case of 50-50" for Thursday's game at Atlanta.
Insight: Sproles will be a game-time decision. He's offered inconsistent production this season, putting up two two-touchdown games and zero scores in his other eight. Pierre Thomas will be a RB2 if Sproles is out and a flex option if Sproles is active.
Description: Saints running back Mark Ingram's 145 rushing yards in Week 10 against Dallas were not only a career high but also the first 100-yard performance in Ingram's 30 career NFL games.
Insight: Ingram has played just four games this season due to a toe injury and hadn't rushed for more than 20 yards in the first three before busting out Sunday night. The Saints rushed for 242 yards and three touchdowns on 38 carries, so Ingram's performance is likely more an indictment of Dallas' defense than a sign he's going to become an impact player. He's not worth a waiver priority but if he clears waivers in your league feel free to make the speculative add.
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (foot, elbow) only played 33 of the team's 83 snaps Sunday night against the Cowboys, but Graham indicated it was part of a pre-determined plan rather than a setback. SOURCE: Mike Triplett, ESPN.com
Insight: Graham, who played 56 snaps in Week 9 and had two touchdowns in each of the previous two games, caught five passes for 59 yards against Dallas. He's playing through a partially-torn plantar fascia so his snaps are likely to remain limited, but he's still a top-two tight end in all leagues.
Description: New Orleans halfback Darren Sproles passed his concussion tests and was able to practice fully on Wednesday. SOURCE: Mike Triplett, ESPN
Insight: That gives him a decent chance to play Sunday against Dallas. Though technically considered a running back, Sproles has done most of his damage as a receiver this season (37 receptions for 368 yards and a touchdown).
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham's foot injury didn't hamper him at all Sunday against the Jets.
Insight: Graham hauled in nine catches on 12 targets for 116 yards and two scores, including a 51-yard touchdown in the first quarter. He'll have to play through this injury will likely miss some practice time for the rest of the season, but as long as he plays he's a must-start in all fantasy leagues.
Description: According to Tom Pelissero of USA Today, Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (foot) was "moving fine" in pre-game warmups.
Insight: Graham said during the week that he hopes to play more than the 18 snaps he got in Week 8 against Buffalo. Despite the limited workload, Graham still caught two touchdowns in that game and is locked in as a TE1 against the Jets.
Description: Saints running back Darren Sproles could see more targets as a receiver this week with Marques Colston inactive for the game with the Jets.
Insight: Sproles disappeared against the Bills last week, but the Jets don't have anyone who can cover him out of the backfield. With Colston's targets now up for grabs, Sproles might be a viable fantasy option.
Description: Saints receiver Marques Colston (knee) has been made inactive and isn't going to play in Sunday's game.
Insight: The 30-year-old Colston has been a non-factor in fantasy leagues the last three games, catching six passes on 11 targets for 44 yards. At least now you can put someone in the lineup that might produce.
Description: Saints receiver Marques Colston (knee) missed practice again Friday and is questionable for Sunday's game.
Insight: The 30-year-old Colston has been a nonfactor in fantasy leagues the last three games, catching six passes on 11 targets for 44 yards. Even if he's healthy enough to play in Week 9 against the Jets, fantasy owners should bench him.
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (foot) was able to practice all week and hopes to play more than the 18 snaps he played in Week 8 against Buffalo when New Orleans takes on the Jets Sunday. SOURCE: ESPN.com
Insight: "Hopefully I'll be able to play more, but that's all on Sean (Payton) and all of our coaches and our doctors and what they think," Graham said. "I personally never want to come out the game ... but I personally don't know." Graham managed to score two touchdowns on three catches against the Bills and is a top-three tight end as long as he suits up. Graham is trying to manage the pain of playing with a partially torn plantar fascia but says he's going to be "full go" anytime he steps on the field Sunday.
Description: Saints receiver Marques Colston (knee) did not practice Wednesday.
Insight: Colston has been a nonfactor in fantasy leagues the last three games, catching six passes on 11 targets for 44 yards. Even if he's healthy enough to play in Week 9 against the Jets, fantasy owners should bench him.
Description: Two of Jimmy Graham's three catches Sunday went for touchdowns.
Insight: That's two goal post dunks for those of you keeping score at home. Even when Graham isn't 100 percent healthy, which he wasn't for this game, he's still a force in the red zone. He'll be a must-start from here on out.
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham has been diagnosed with a partially torn plantar fascia. SOURCE: Jay Glazer, Fox Sports
Insight: It's a painful injury and one that probably won't heal right away. For that reason, we'd consider Graham doubtful for this week's matchup against the Bills. Graham's backup Benjamin Watson is still available in over 99 percent of fantasy leagues if you're looking for a lottery ticket.
Description: New Orleans wide receiver Lance Moore is listed on the team's injury report as probable.
Insight: Moore, who has missed time with an injured wrist, could return to fantasy relevance this week against Buffalo if Drew Brees' favorite receiver Jimmy Graham is unable to play. Still, he makes for a risky play given his overwhelming lack of success this season (just four catches for 44 yards in three games),
Description: According to ESPN.com's Mike Triplett, Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (foot) practiced on a limited basis Friday and is officially questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills, but fantasy owners should expect him to be a game-time decision.
Insight: Graham suffered a foot injury during a Week 6 loss to New England. If he can't play Sunday, look for Marques Colston, Darren Sproles, Pierre Thomas and the returning Lance Moore (wrist) to be Drew Brees' top-four targets.
Description: Saints receiver Lance Moore (wrist) fully practiced Wednesday for the first time since suffering his injury in Week 3 and is on track to play Sunday against the Bills. SOURCE: Mike Triplett, ESPN.com
Insight: Moore caught just four passes for 44 yards the first three games. Even though Jimmy Graham is questionable with a foot injury, fantasy owners can leave Moore on the bench until we see how the team utilizes him.
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is questionable heading into Sunday's game versus Buffalo. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPN
Insight: Graham injured his foot late in a Week 6 loss to the Patriots. He was held without a catch in that game. Ben Watson would take over at tight end if Graham can't suit up. Obviously it would be a huge loss for fantasy owners as Graham has been far and away the best fantasy producer at his position this season.
Description: New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham was held without a catch Sunday against the Patriots.
Insight: New England's plan from the very beginning was to make Graham a nonfactor and it worked. First, he was shadowed by Aqib Talib. Then after Talib went out with a hip injury, Devin McCourty tried his hand at Graham and had similar success. Graham eventually left the field to have his ankle re-taped and never came back. Graham let down plenty of fantasy owners with his goose egg on Sunday but it's tough to get too upset with him after how well he played in the first five weeks of the season.
Description: Saints receiver Lance Moore (wrist) hasn't even resumed practicing yet.
Insight: Moore has missed the last two games after catching just four passes for 44 yards the first three. Jimmy Graham leads the Saints with 54 targets while Marques Colston and Darren Sproles have 31 and Pierre Thomas 30. Kenny Stills lags behind with 16.
Description: Saints receiver Lance Moore (hand) missed Thursday's practice after injuring his hand and missing half of Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Insight: Moore, who had 1,000 yards last season, has just four catches for 44 yards on 11 targets through three games. The Saints play on Monday night so fantasy owners cannot afford to wait to see if he is playing.
Description: Saints running back Mark Ingram is doubtful for next Monday night's game against Miami.
Insight: The former Heisman Trophy winner hasn't really had a chance to utilize his skill set in Sean Payton's pass dominant scheme. Meanwhile, trade rumors are out there and its possible a deal might happen before he gets back on the field in a Saints uniform.
Description: Mark Ingram may ask for a trade if his role in the Saints' offense doesn't increase. SOURCE: Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports
Insight: The former Heisman Trophy winner hasn't really had a chance to utilize his impressive skill set in Sean Payton's pass dominant scheme. In terms of a trade affecting his fantasy value, it wouldn't matter anyway right now because Ingram is dealing with a painful toe injury.
Description: New Orleans halfback Mark Ingram (toe) won't be available Sunday versus the Cardinals.
Insight: Even when he's played, Ingram hasn't been much of a factor this season (just 1.8 yards per carry). Pierre Thomas will get more carries with Ingram sidelined though probably still not enough to warrant a start in fantasy.
Description: Saints running back Mark Ingram (toe) was limited in practice Thursday.
Insight: Ingram has done virtually nothing through two games, rushing for 31 yards on 17 carries. ESPN Saints reporter Jeff Triplett predicted Thursday that Pierre Thomas would slowly eclipse Ingram as New Orleans "1A" running option even if Ingram stays healthy. If Ingram misses Sunday's game against Arizona, Thomas could be a decent flex option for injury-ravaged fantasy owners.
Description: Saints reporter Mike Triplett of ESPN.com thinks running back Mark Ingram has "missed out on his opportunity to establish himself as the team's primary runner" and expects a "subtle flip-flop" of Ingram and Pierre Thomas in the coming weeks.
Insight: Triplett expects Thomas to become New Orleans "1A" running option with Ingram as "1B," instead of vice versa. Ingram has rushed for just 31 yards on 17 carries in the first two games, while Thomas has 107 yards from scrimmage on 22 touches (14 carries, eight receptions). Darren Sproles has the most fantasy value of any Saints running back, but Thomas could become a flex option if the team gives up on Ingram. Right now, though, Thomas can be held on the bench.
Description: Saints running back Pierre Thomas was on the field for 21 of 69 plays. Darren Sproles got 31plays and Mark Ingram18.
Insight: Thomas saw 13 touches (including four passes), Sproles 14 (six targets) and Ingram nine (all run attempts). Thomas is a solid all-purpose player, but it appears this will continue to be a three-way shared situation. If all three remain healthy it will be difficult for anyone to become a consistent fantasy-worthy option.
Description: Saints running back Darren Sproles racked up 110 yards from scrimmage Sunday against the Falcons.
Insight: Sproles had 88 yards through the air on six catches and 22 on the ground on eight carries. With Sean Payton back at the helm, we wouldn't at all be surprised to see Sproles reach 100 catches and 1,000 receiving yards.
Description: The Saints gave nine carries to Pierre Thomas, eight to Darren Sproles and nine to Mark Ingram Sunday against the Falcons.
Insight: Ingram did the least with his, rushing for 11 yards. Not only is the former Heisman Trophy winner stuck in a timeshare, but he has failed to be productive in his limited playing time during his career. And while Sproles caught six passes and Thomas four, Ingram had zero.
Description: Don't expect the Saints' newest receiver Robert Meachem to be a factor right away. SOURCE: New Orleans Times-Picayune
Insight: Meachem, who signed with New Orleans after being cut by the Chargers over the weekend, is currently listed at No. 4 on the team's wide receiver depth chart. It's a testament to the confidence Sean Payton has in fifth-round pick Kenny Stills from Oklahoma. Stills, the team's No. 3 wideout, is a burner with 4.3 speed and a penchant for big plays. Perhaps the threat of Stills will motivate Meachem to have a big year.
Description: Free agent wide receiver Robert Meachem appears to be ready to sign with the Saints.
Insight: Meachem played with New Orleans from 2008-11. His best season was in 2009 when he caught 45 balls for 722 yards and nine scores - all career bests. He was a bust in San Diego and likely won't get that much work in New Orleans. He would be added depth after the team lost wideout Joe Morgan to injury.
Description: New Orleans defensive lineman Will Smith is going to miss the entire season with a knee injury, according to ProFootballTalk.
Insight: Smith joins Victor Butler and Kenyon Coleman on the sidelines. For a team that gave up a league-worst 7,042 yards last season, this is not good news. On the other hand, it likely means that Brees will have to keep scoring deep into the fourth quarter.
Description: Saints receiver Marques Colston (foot) is active for Week 3 versus Arizona.
Insight: Colston's plantar fasciitis has lingered since last season and caused him to miss more than a dozen practices this training camp, but he's been ready for every game this season. Start him as always.
Description: Saints receiver Marques Colston (foot) practiced Monday and Tuesday but admitted he's not 100 percent healthy, according to NOLA.com.
Insight: "That's OK," Colston said. "I'm working towards it. I still have couple of weeks yet. I'm still taking my time with it." Colston's plantar fasciitis has lingered since last season and caused him to miss more than a dozen practices this training camp, but he's expected to be ready for Week 1.
Description: The Saints dropped quarterback Seneca Wallace on Monday. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPN
Insight: Wallace struggled mightily in Friday's preseason game against Oakland (3-for-6, two sacks, one interception, two fumbles) and now he's unemployed. With Wallace gone, Luke McCown will have to back up Drew Brees this season.
Description: Rookie Kenny Stills (Oklahoma) along with second-year wideout Nick Toon both did something to increase their chances of playing time during the regular season. Stills caught a 16-yard touchdown pass and Toon beat the defense deep for a 56-yard completion.
Insight: Although Marques Colston, Lance Moore and tight end Jimmy Graham will grab the lion's share of Brees' targets this season, the quarterback is known for spreading the wealth and the winner of the No. 3 receiver sweepstakes could have fantasy value.
Description: New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees looked in mid-season form on Friday night, throwing 18 times and completing 14 for 202 yards and a score.
Insight: Of course, it was against the Raiders, so temper that enthusiasm slightly. Still, Brees gets Sean Payton back calling the plays and he's thrown for 5,000 or more yards in three of the past five seasons. He's ready.
Description: Former Chargers and Cowboys wideout Patrick Crayton has been signed by the New Orleans Saints.
Insight: The addition of a veteran receiver, they also looked at Steve Breaston, could mean that Saints management is completely sold on youngsters Kenny Sills and Nick Toon. The wide receiver who grabs the No. 3 role in New Orleans behind Marques Colston and Lance Moore has a chance to be fantasy worthy.
Description: According to Mike Triplett of the Times-Picayune (NOLA.com), Saints running back Mark Ingram "has looked strong, fast, fluid and a little slimmer during training camp -- a result of being fully healthy for the first time throughout an entire offseason since he joined the NFL."
Insight: The Saints have talked about using Ingram in a more versatile way after using him mainly as a short-yardage and base offense running back the last two years. Getting on the field more for passing downs for a team that passes so often can only help Ingram's fantasy stock, but with Darren Sproles and Pierre Thomas still on the roster Ingram is a flex option at best.
Description: New Orleans backup receiver Preston Parker caught two short touchdown passes from Luke McCown in the Saints 17-13 exhibition win over Kansas City.
Insight: Any receiver who proves he can catch and hold onto the ball can have value in a Drew Brees offense. If Parker will continue to produce, Brees will find him even as a third, fourth or fifth option.
Description: Rookie Kenny Stills (Oklahoma) along with second-year wideout Nick Toon should be the primary beneficiaries of the season-ending injury to No.3 receiver Joseph Morgan.
Insight: With Marques Colston also missing some time, both youngsters could get reps with Drew Brees. Although Colston, Lance Moore and tight end Jimmy Graham will snare most of Brees' targets this season, Brees is known for spreading the wealth and the winner of the No. 3 receiver sweepstakes could have fantasy value.
Description: New Orleans second-year wideout Nick Toon should get first shot at filling the void left by the departure of Devery Henderson and the recent season-ending injury to Joseph Morgan.
Insight: Toon, a fourth-round selection in 2012, along with Kenny Stills, Steve Breaston, Preston Parker and Courtney Roby will battle for the No. 3 role. Given their quarterback is Drew Brees, whoever wins the spot should have fantasy value.
Description: New Orleans wide receiver Joseph Morgan has suffered a torn meniscus and partially torn ACL which should effectively end his season, according to Saints beat writer Larry Holder.
Insight: With Devery Henderson gone, Morgan was expected to serve as the No. 3 receiver behind Marques Colston and Lance Moore. This injury should provide a huge opportunity for second-year wideout Nick Toon, who missed all of his rookie season with a foot injury.
Description: Fox's Mike Garafolo reports that the Saints have signed wideout Steve Breaston to a one-year contract.
Insight: It took him all offseason but Breaston finally has a job again. He's never caught more than three touchdowns in a season and his last 1,000-yard campaign was in 2008. Having Drew Brees throwing to him should help a little bit but we're guessing Breaston still won't come close to being fantasy relevant in 2013.
Description: Saints running back Pierre Thomas was listed on the first team when the unofficial depth chart was released Monday, according to Katherine Terrell of the Times-Picayune.
Insight: Thomas is a solid all-purpose player, but shares the running workload with Mark Ingram. Both backs sit more than play in the Saints' pass-first offense as Darren Sproles takes the field in all passing situations.
Description: According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, Saints coach Sean Payton said Thursday that he has "high expectations" for third-year running back Mark Ingram.
Insight: Even if it is true that Ingram is in the best shape of his NFL career, as Payton said Thursday, it's difficult to get excited about his fantasy prospects this year. The Saints ran the ball just 370 times last season, and Darren Sproles and Pierre Thomas, who are both better receivers than Ingram, remain on the roster. Ingram is a flex option at best.
Description: Saints second-year wideout, Saalim Hakim, has been drawing attention in OTAs by running past defensive backs with ease, according to a Times-Picayune report.
Insight: Just what Drew Brees needs - a guy who can stretch the defense. If he becomes a factor it could open up the middle of the field for Jimmy Graham to rebound from last year's off season (85-982-9). It's unlikely that Hakim (younger brother of former Rams wideout Az-Zahir) will have much fantasy value with Marques Colston, Lance Moore, Graham and Darren Sproles seeing most of the targets.
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (wrist) was the most impressive player on the field during Tuesday's minicamp practice, according to Mike Triplett of NOLA.com.
Insight: Triplett suggests that Graham is "obviously coming along well" after undergoing wrist surgery at the end of last season. Graham had a solid 2012 season, catcing 85 passes for 982 yards and nine touchdowns, but he fell short of expectations.
Description: Saints receiver Joseph Morgan was arrested Saturday morning for DWI, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Insight: With Devery Henderson gone, Morgan is expected to serve as the No. 3 receiver behind Marques Colston and Lance Moore. However, Henderson was never more than a week-to-week dice roll, since he usually would either catch a deep ball or be held off the board entirely. And with tight end Jimmy Graham and running back Darren Sproles also vying for targets, Morgan won't be much of a fantasy option.
Description: Veteran linebacker Scott Fujita announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday.
Insight: He signed a one-day contract with New Orleans to finish his career as a Saint. Fujita, who spent his last three seasons with Cleveland, collected 767 tackles, 23.5 sacks and seven interceptions during his 11-year career.
Description: The Jets are trying to work out a deal for New Orleans running back Chris Ivory. SOURCE: Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Insight: The Jets would be willing to part with a fifth-round pick in next week's draft to complete the trade. After backing up Pierre Thomas and Mark Ingram last season, Ivory would have a chance to be a starter in New York.
Description: According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, former Seahawks and Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace has agreed to a one-year deal with the Saints.
Insight: Last week it appeared that Wallace would sign with Oakland but instead he opted for New Orleans where he'll back up the veteran Drew Brees. Over the last eight seasons, Brees has missed just one game, which makes it highly unlikely that Wallace will see any playing time in 2013.
Description: Former Browns tight end Benjamin Watson has agreed to a three-year contract with the Saints.
Insight: Watson (501 yards, three TD with Cleveland in 2012) won't have much fantasy significance in New Orleans unless Jimmy Graham suffers an injury. At age 32, Watson's best years are probably behind him.
Description: According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Saints are expected to ask veteran linebacker Jonathan Vilma to take a pay cut.
Insight: Vilma finished with 37 tackles last season, a far cry from the 105 he produced two seasons earlier. The pay cut probably won't sit well with Vilma, who earned $5.4 million in 2012. Don't be surprised if this ends Vilma's five-year run in New Orleans.
Description: New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees will get his "offensive genius" back as head coach and play caller Sean Payton has been reinstated by the commissioner.
Insight: Brees had a pretty good season without Payton even if the team didn't. In the five previous seasons with Payton calling the plays the team averaged 28.5 ppg, 4,686 yards passing and 1,762 yards rushing. In 2012-13 they were third in the league in scoring at 28.8 ppg with 4,997 yards passing and 1,577 on the ground. There may not be any boost offensively for Brees when Payton returns to the sidelines.
Description: New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees and Dallas QB Tony Romo tied for the league-lead in interceptions this season with 19 each.
Insight: Brees was able to offset the high interception total by throwing a league-leading 43 touchdown passes. Brees also led the NFL in yardage for the second straight year. His 5,177 yards passing are the third-most ever in a single season.
Description: Saints quarterback Drew Brees completed 29-of-43 for 396 yards and four touchdowns Sunday against the Panthers.
Insight: Brees reached 5,000 yards for the second consecutive season and third time in his career and 40 touchdowns for the second straight season with Sunday's effort. He had a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 11-1 over the final three games.
Description: Saints running back Pierre Thomas missed Wednesday practice. The injury was first acknowledged last week, but didn't stop him from playing against Dallas and we expect him to play in Week 17.
Insight: Thomas is a solid all-purpose player who has exceeded 800 yards from scrimmage in each of his past two seasons but he's too much of a week-to-week mystery to trust him in fantasy leagues, even when healthy.
Description: Saints receiver Lance Moore had his second straight game with less than 50 yards receiving and a touchdown Sunday against Dallas. Moore grabbed four balls for 30 yards and scored on a six-yard pass in the second quarter.
Insight: Moore needs 80 yards in Week 17 to reach 1,000 yards for the first time in his career.
Description: Saints running back Pierre Thomas reached the end zone for just the second time this season Sunday against Dallas. He finished with 16 rushing yards on seven carries and 61 receiving yards and a score on seven catches.
Insight: Thomas is a solid all-purpose player who has exceeded 800 yards from scrimmage in each of his past two seasons but he's too much of a week-to-week mystery to trust him in fantasy leagues.
Description: Saints receiver Marques Colston's 10 receptions for 153 yards allowed him to reach the 1,000-yard mark for the fourth straight season and the seventh time in eight years.
Insight: Colston is as predictable as the come these days. No matter what happens during the season, you can pencil him in for 80 catches, 1,000 yards and 7-9 touchdowns when things are said and done. He's at 78, 1,102 and eight with one game left.
Description: Saints quarterback Drew Brees hasn't turned the ball over while getting the ball in the end zone seven times over his past two games. Brees threw for 446 and three touchdowns Sunday in a win over Dallas.
Insight: Brees had a TD-INT ratio of 1-7 in Week 13-14, including zero touchdowns and five picks in Week 13 against Atlanta, but he has rallied in his last two games. Brees is 219 yards and one touchdown away from his second straight season with 5,000 yards and 40 passing touchdowns.