After New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees broke future NFL Hall-of-Famer Peyton Manning's record for most NFL career passing yards, it's time to light the fire beneath the debate between the two most-decorated fantasy football quarterbacks to ever play the game.
Hey, Peyton's got a point.
Let's first take a look at the production across their respective careers:
Peyton Manning: 539 passing TDs, 71,940 passing yards, 228 interceptions (
Drew Brees: 499 passing TDs, 72,103 passing yards, 251 interceptions (4,799.7 FD fantasy points)
Peyton Manning: 18.66 FanDuel points per game (266 games)
Drew Brees: 18.89 FanDuel points per game (254 games)
In Peyton Manning’s age 39 season he played in 10 games, threw 9 TD’s, 17 INTs with a 59.8 completion % and a passer rating of 67.9. Drew Brees in his age 39 season, just did this... https://t.co/WQUo9VA3lb— The Duel (@TheDuelSports) October 9, 2018
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