Sources: #Saints believe QB Drew Brees has a shoulder injury that will likely cause him to miss games, potentially several games.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 21, 2015
No question @drewbrees did not look himself yesterday. https://t.co/EgZWU6yJzs — Rich Eisen (@richeisen) September 21, 2015
Luke McCown’s first @verizon commercial from tonight https://t.co/ChliByyHwF — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 11, 2015
WHO DAT THINK THEY GONNA MAKE A COMMERCIAL JOKING ABOUT BEING A BACKUP FOR DREW BREES AND HOW PRETTY MUCH HE’LL NEVER PLAY AND EVERYONE WILL AGREE, YEP THAT GUY WILL NEVER PLAY AND LAUGH AT THE IRONY OF THE BACKUPS ALL BEING ON THE SCREEN TOGETHER EXCEPT THEN SOMEHOW DAT DUDE PLAYS!
The answer to that very loud question is, Luke McCown. That is who dat is. Ya didn’t have to yell so much dude.
There’s no set timetable on Drew Bree’s injury but all indications are he messed up his shoulder pretty darn good against the Buccaneers. So much so that the Saints aren’t planning to use Luke just this week… it looks like Brees will in fact miss several weeks.
Thank God they have the the ultimate backup boy though and by boy I mean 34 year old with 9 career passing TD’s.
Luke McCown’s “on the side” @verizon commercial https://t.co/vFcGc68yjk #Saints — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 11, 2015
Just another case of the “Verizon Spokesperson Curse” striking again. Maybe it’ll end up being a blessing for the Saints. They didn’t look very good even with Brees on the field and what could make for a more thrilling NFL season than parity like this?
TWO McCown’s AND Brandon Weeden starting all at the same time? Pinch me because I simply must be dreaming. Luke better start practicing his awe-inspiring speeches in the mirror like NOW doe..