Drew Brees Breaks Record, But His Post-Game Interview is Even More Inspiring

Drew Brees Breaks Record, But His Post-Game Interview is Even More Inspiring October 9, 2018
Lisa Salters and Drew Brees on ESPN. Photo taken from the video clip below.

I watched New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees break one of the National Football League’s most hallowed records last night—one held by one of my favorite players, Peyton Manning. After all, Manning set the mark as a member of the Denver Broncos, my lifelong favorite team. And in a year like this is shaping out to be (the Broncos are 2-3 and just lost a game to the lowly New York Jets), we Broncos fans need all the records and fond memories we can get.

But if the record had to be broken, it couldn’t have been by a better player or nicer guy. Take a look at his post-game interview on ESPN:

When the ESPN interviewer Lisa Salters asked Brees what he told his kids at the end of the game, Brees said, “It’s probably what I tell them every night before they go to bed, which is you can accomplish anything in life you’re willing to work for. Nothing’s given, everything’s earned. But God has equipped us for great works. And I tell them that every night.”

I suddenly have the urge to by a Saints jersey.

"Bush's advisors - Douglas Feith and Paul Wolfowitz, two Zionist Jews - suckered Bush into ..."

George H.W. Bush is Gone, But ..."
"To quote Christopher Hitchenson Jerry Falwell “It’s too bad there isn’t a Hell for him ..."

George H.W. Bush is Gone, But ..."
"‘Use power to help people.’ For we are given power not to advance our own ..."

George H.W. Bush is Gone, But ..."
"I've always wondered if Newt and Hagrid ever hung out together."

Newt’s a Saint in ‘Crimes of ..."

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!


TRENDING AT PATHEOS Entertainment
What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment