NEW ORLEANS, LA – Drew Brees passed Peyton Manning for the most touchdown passes in NFL history – and set a record for the best completion percentage in a single game – as the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 34-7 on Monday night.
Brees tossed four touchdown passes in all as he completed 29 of 30 passes on the night. Brees now has 541 career touchdown passes to Manning’s 539. Tom Brady is at 538.
Kevin Harlan and Kurt Warner called the action on Westwood One.