Drew Brees lets down fantasy owners in Week 13

Kevin C. Cox

Drew Brees was completely off on Thursday night. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Falcons finally managed to slow down Drew Brees and end his consecutive scoring streak on Thursday night. Brees finished Week 13 with 341 yards, no touchdowns and a ridiculous five interceptions at the Georgia Dome.

It had been 54 games since Brees failed to throw a single touchdown pass.

Fantasy Impact: Well, if you were looking or Brees to lead you into the playoffs, this week is off to a rough start for you. He imploded down the stretch, and the Falcons continued to force turnovers while preventing the Saints from finding the end zone.

Lance Moore did drop a touchdown pass, and Darren Sproles had a score erased after Jimmy Graham was penalized. It just wasn't meant to be. Brees should bounce back against the Giants next week. Hopefully, his embarrassing display didn't keep you out of the fantasy postseason.

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