Brees isn't just an accurate QB, he's rediculously accurate.
Yeah, he can throw the ball to lead the receiver or throw it at the receiver's numbers, but this guy is so accurate that he literally throws the receivers open even if he throws them off their routes but not so far off where they can't make the adjustment.
If I were to compare him to anyone, it would be Montana.
It's interesting to see the difference between Brees and P. Manning.
Manning is a more of a Pre-Snap QB wherease Brees is more of a Post-Snap QB. What I mean is that Manning has the Defense figured out prior to the snap and has the outcome of the play determined prior to the snap. However, if anything changes after the snap between the 1 second to 2 second point, Manning is flustered and almost useless, like a robot.
Drew Brees on the other hand, makes critical adjustments within the pocket from his excellent footwork AND on top of that, if the defense changes anything, Brees' accuracy allows him to still make a throw that ONLY helps his receiver get open for the catch.
Very impressive to watch this guy handle defenses and DBs like they're children.
[ Edited by Joecool on Dec 2, 2009 at 10:46 AM ]