Brees breaks National Football League all-time passing record with 62-yard touchdown pass

Drew Brees is the NFL's all-time passer

Drew Brees is the NFL's all-time passer

Saints quarterback Drew Brees became the NFL's all-time passing leader Monday.

Brees entered the game third all-time in passing yards with 71,740 before passing No. 2 Brett Favre (71,838). Brees and the Saints play against the Washington Redskins Monday night in primetime in the Superdome and Brees is anticipated to break the record during the game.

In a congratulatory video posted on the Denver Broncos official Twitter, a short video shows Manning chopping tomatoes while lamenting his lost record. The San Diego Chargers took the 6-foot Brees at the beginning of the second round of the 2001 draft, but allowed him to leave in free agency after a major throwing shoulder injury at the end of the 2005 season.

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"This is one of the great stories in National Football League history - a guy who was told was told every reason why he would never be the guy", Joe Tessitore, the "MNF" announcer, said before the game (via the Advocate).

Congratulations on such a great career that is still going strong for Drew Brees. But Brees also would have to outpace New England's Tom Brady, who has 500 TD passes, the only active player with more than Brees in that category. He led the Saints to a Super Bowl win over Manning and the Colts in 2009.

It also took Brees fewer games than Manning to pass for 71,740 yards - Brees achieved the feat in 253 games compared to Manning's 266. How about that? Hey, I love you guys so much. Yards, as you all know, cannot necessarily mean winning games. "Credit to him for playing as long as he has, at such a high level".

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