METAIRIE, La. – Drew Breeds will begin a timely lineup for the New Orleans Saints with Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City heads for a marquee matchup on Sunday, a source told ESPN’s Adam Scare.
The saint believes the trees are perfectly healthy and doctors have cleared them to play, the source told Sheher.
This would be the first meeting between the two elites, as their team would angle for the No. 1 seed in their respective conferences.
The 41-year-old returned to practice this week after missing four games due to 11 broken ribs and a perforated lung. Saints coach Sean Peyton insisted that Trees would not be moved back into the lineup and that he “needs to be tactile, feel good, strong and as he can act and be an asset and play well.” Huh.” The trees clearly met the standard he needed to reach.
“Cox is a recovery element, a strength element,” he said in his most recent media interview with Sports Television. I’ll know when that time comes. “
The Saints (10–3) started in a 3–1 quarterback in the absence of Trees with Treesham Hill as the quarterback. He suffered a 24–21 loss to Philadelphia last week, which currently leaves him in line for the No. 2 seed in the NFC. (The 10–3 Green Bay Packers hold a head-to-head tiebreaker.)
According to a source, including a few plays at QB, Hills continued Saints No. 2 quarterback with James Winston at the start of Jacks Winston, with Hill playing his jack-of-all-trades role.
Trees has always taken pride in trying to beat doctors’ estimated time when recovering from injuries. But it may have his 20th season, more encouragement than usual, as it could be his last.
Although no announcement was made by Trees when he planned to retire, sources told Sheher that he hoped to do so later this season. Patton has also indicated that the Saints are preparing for that possibility when talking about the team’s long-term quarterback outlook. Trees already has a post-playing career as an analyst for NCB.
As of last year, Breece missed only one game in his entire NFL career due to injury. But he missed five matches in 2019 due to a torn ligament in his thumb and four more games this year.
Trees suffered streaked lungs and some broken ribs during a Week 10 win over the San Francisco 49ers. He played the final eight minutes of the first half – and completed two touchdown drives – before being unable to play even after halftime.
Doctors believe the rest of his broken ribs occurred a week earlier at Saints Week 9 in Tampa Bay.
Although Breeze faced scrutiny due to a lack of downtown at the beginning of this season, he and the Saints bounced back in impressive style after a 1-2 start. He ranks third in the NFL in total QBR (80.6) with 18 TD passes, three interceptions, a league-dominant 73.5% completion percentage and 2,196 passing yards.
The Saints will have two games in six days over the next week. They are to host the Minnesota Vikings on Christmas day.