In 2010, he had 4,620 passing yards, 33 touchdowns and an average of 289 yards per game.
For most, that's a great season. For Drew Brees, it was an off year.
The New Orleans Saints' quarterback had some great numbers in 2010, but the 22 interceptions were just too much for his team to overcome.
Their season ended with the stunning wild-card loss to the 7-9 Seattle Seahawks in a game where Brees threw for 404 yards and two touchdowns.
The Saints' quarterback will be looking forward in 2011 and should enjoy another year with Marques Colston, Jimmy Graham, Pierre Thomas and newcomer Mark Ingram.
New Orleans has more than enough weapons for Brees to take advantage of, and if he can have numbers like 2010 without the picks, don't expect the Saints to go quietly if they make it to the playoffs.