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In this Nov. 13 file photo, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees works during the first half of a game against the Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta. Brees, the NFL's most prolific passer over the last five seasons, is on the brink of breaking a passing record that has stood nearly three decades. To break Dan Marino's 1984 single-season record of 5,084 yards passing in his final two regular-season games, Brees needs 305 yards, a mark he now routinely surpasses in one game. The Saints play Atlanta again ton...

Brees threatens passing records

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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees could set the NFL's passing yards record in tonight's game against the Atlanta Falcons in New Orleans.

This season, Brees is completing 71.5 percent of his passes, threatening his own record, and with two games left is only 305 yards passing away from breaking Dan Marino's single-season yardage mark set in 1984.

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