Drew Brees has led the NFL in touchdowns in each of the past two seasons, and is attempting to become the first player to lead the league three years in a row since Brett Favre did it from 1995-97.
Brees is in the prime of career, and has more than enough offensive weapons to throw 30 or more touchdowns.
To lead the league in touchdowns for a third straight year, he'll have to fend off a lot of stiff competition. Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Schaub, Philip Rivers, and even the aged Brett Favre are primed to make a run at Brees.
How good are Brees' chances? Let's take a look at the passing touchdown leaders of the past decade, and how they did the following season.