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Lots Of Positives In Saints’ Win Over Vikings

There were a number of positives about the New Orleans Saints' 42-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

The win was the sixth-straight for the Saints, and clinched them a playoff berth, as their record improved to 11-3.

Quarterback Drew Brees threw for 412 yards, along with five touchdowns, marking the 41st-consecutive game he has thrown for a score.

Brees now has 4,780 passing yards on the year, and needs only 304 passing yards over the final two games to break Dan Marino's single-season record.

Marques Colston and Jimmy Graham combined for 17 catches, and 161 yards.

The New Orleans defense held the Vkings to 207 yards of total offense.

The Saints also remian in the hunt for the number two seed in the NFC playoffs.

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Receivers Provide Saints’ Offense With Yards After Catch

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees in currently on-pace to break Dan Marino's single-season record for passing yards.

Marino threw for 5,084 yards in 1984 with the Miami Dolphins.

Through ten games this season, Brees has passed for 3,326 yards.

Now, of course, Brees has done his part, but he's had a little help from his receivers.

Over 1,500 of those yards have come after the catch, which ranks second in the league. 

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Brees, Rodgers, & Brady All Shooting For Marino’s Passing Mark

Dan Marino set the single-season record for passing yards back in 1984, by throwing for 5,084 yards, while a member of the Miami Dolphins.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees came real close to breaking that record in 2008, when he threw for 5,069 yards.

This season, Brees, along with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and Tom Brady, of the New England Patriots, are all threatening to eclipse the 27 year-old mark.

So far this year, Brees has thrown for 3,326 yards in ten games, while Brady has passed for 3,032 yards in nine games, and Rodgers has accumulated 2,869 yards in nine games.

Of the three, which one has the best chance to break Marino's record?

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Brees Wants Passing Mark, But Wants Saints To Win More

For the second time in four years, Drew Brees is taking aim at Dan Marino's single-season record for passing yards.

Back in 1984, Marino set the mark, passing for 5,084 yards, while a member of the Miami Dolphins.

Brees came ever-so-close to breaking that record in 2008, falling a mere 15 yards shy of the coveted number.

Through ten games this season, Brees is again challenging Marino's magic number. He's actually on-pace to eclipse the mark, with his 3,326 passing yards, and still six games remaining.

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The Best College Football Players That Never Won The Heisman Trophy

What do Peyton Manning, Dick Butkus, Deion Sanders, John Elway, Randy Moss, Jim Brown, Steve Young, Dan Marino, John Hannah, and Mike Singletary have in common?

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Coach’s Corner: With Michael Lotief

Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun softball program has certainly had it's share of excellence. The program has been to the Women's College World Series five times, and has been to an NCAA Regional every year, since 1990, with the exception of one year. On this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head coach Michael Lotief talks about excellence, and what that term requires. View this week's edition of "Coach's Corner" below.

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