Drew Brees, whom the Dolphins could have signed in 2006, turns 39 on Monday and is still going strong. But can he lead his Saints to this weekend’s biggest playoff upset?
Drew Brees, whom the Dolphins could have signed in 2006, turns 39 on Monday and is still going strong. But can he lead his Saints to this weekend’s biggest playoff upset? AP
Drew Brees, whom the Dolphins could have signed in 2006, turns 39 on Monday and is still going strong. But can he lead his Saints to this weekend’s biggest playoff upset? AP

Major upset ahead in next round of NFL playoffs. Will it be the one Dolphins fans want?

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