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Drew Brees was done, but then he was back, and now the Saints are 3-2

The Drew Brees NFL obituary was being written in the first half of Monday night’s game against the Chargers by a Twitter crowd convinced that the 41-year-old was finished. He should’ve just hung up the pads at halftime and walked on up to the MNF booth. A field goal and a 41-yard touchdown pass to Jared Cook later, and Drew was back.  Eventually, the Chargers kicker helped out New Orleans, and we have a tie in the NFC South standings. The Brees-Brady rematch is slated for Sunday night, November 8.

In other quarterback news, Arthur Blank appears ready to let a new GM and coach decide the future of 35-year-old QB Matt Ryan in Atlanta. “You know, Matt has the ability to play at a very high level, even at this age,” Blank said Monday. “Whether that’s gonna continue or not, I’m not sure. I appreciate his willingness to consider doing that, and the level of what he’s played for us for 13 years, which has been incredible. So I — we’ll have to see. But then again that’s gonna be a decision at the end of the day that’ll be — part of it will be up to the player and part of it will be up to the coaching staff. And whether or not Matt can keep himself together, and God willing he’ll be able to do that, and play at the level that he’s capable of playing at.”

On a more positive note, here’s a woman who hit a beautiful $100,000 progressive royal flush at Red Rock Casino while sitting in plexiglass prison.  A win is a win, even if it comes at a table where the people next to you can’t hear the excitement from your muffled voice.

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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