Drew Brees is one of the most desired quarterbacks in the NFL. His impressive passing stats during his NFL career have drawn comparisons to two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback, Peyton Manning. Apparently, Brees isn’t satisfied with his own accolades and he wants to be the difference maker to the Patriots or any other NFL team that would have him.

It’s Week 8 of the NFL season, and the Saints are 4-2 on the year. The team is coming off a dominant win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, and Drew Brees believes it is only a matter of time before NFL defenses — and the Saints’ upcoming opponents — get the better of Justin Herbert as the the rookie QB continues to develop.

If you had any doubts about Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, let NFL legend Drew Brees prove you wrong. In a recent meeting with reporters, Brees praised Herbert, which should worry the entire NFL.

Drew Brees says the sky is the limit for Justin Herbert

word-image-11880 word-image-11881 NFL legend Drew Brees recently praised Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images Drew Brees stepped on Justin Herbert’s roller coaster at the right time. Brees, who retired earlier this year as the best pass rusher in NFL history, recently participated in mini-staging with the Los Angeles Chargers. While watching the Chargers practice, the NFL legend gave his opinion on Herbert, who was picked sixth in 2020. According toSports Illustrated, Breeze shared his thoughts with reporters. Chargers fans should be very excited to hear and read the analysis of a future Pro Football Hall of Fame member. I think [Herbert’s] physique is as good as anyone I’ve ever seen. He’s an excellent worker. He has excellent leadership qualities; he has many intangible qualities. So I guess the sky’s the limit for a guy like him. Breeze Drew Last October, Breeze and Herbert met atMonday Night Football. The Chargers rookie threw four touchdowns and no interceptions in a 30-27 overtime loss against the Saints. Highest number of rookie touchdowns Highest number of rookie completions Rookie Offensive Player of the Year 2020 Happy birthday to Justin Herbert! pic.twitter.com/Au1uYZ2o3C – NFL (@NFL) March 10, 2021 The Chargers drafted Brees in 2001, and he spent his first five seasons in sunny San Diego. Two decades later, his praise for Herbert has only to do with their shared roots. People listen when Breeze speaks, which is the main reason NBC Sports hired him as an analyst even before he retired. He is a quarterback who has seen and experienced everything in his 20 season career. Don’t roll your eyes when Brees praises Herbert’s leadership and physical attributes. Those two traits have helped the former Saints star become one of the most productive quarterbacks in league history, despite his 0-for-0 frame. This is not a case of a recently retired player giving safe answers to avoid controversy. When an all-time legend makes this point, it’s understandable that people pay attention.

Herbert could have a big 2021 season if all goes according to plan

Justin Herbert has been a rookie QB since 2010: ⚡️75.4 PFF grade under pressure (1st) ⚡️20 TD passes in red zone (1st) ⚡️14 TD passes on 3rd/4th down (1st) pic.twitter.com/r7IwCvaKE5 – PFF (@PFF) 17. June 2021 Barring injury, Herbert will have plenty of chances in the 2021 season to prove Brees right. The Chargers begin their season on Sunday the 12th. September, on the road against the Washington football team. Of the Chargers’ first six games, only one was against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 19. September – against a team that had one loss in 2020. The Cowboys, of course, expect Dak Prescott to be the starter that day. There is some good news for the Chargers, however. It looks like they have a real quarterback in Herbert, who set a rookie record last season with 396 yards and 31 touchdowns in 15 starts. His 4,336 yards are just short of Andrew Luck’s 4,374 as a rookie in 2012. If Herbert lives up to Brees’ expectations, don’t be surprised if you see the Chargers in the NFL playoffs in 2021. He has all the skills and qualities needed to make his new mentor proud. Like Sportscasting on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @sportscasting19 . COMPARED TO: People who doubt Tua Tagovailoa should remember what they thought of Peyton Manning

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