Title game on ESPN u right now, those throws would beat anyone. Not a flame, I've always like the saints, to see AJ playing for them would be a great thing.
Dude doesn't do a lot of whole field reads and a lot of his throws when he goes vertical are predetermined reads.
No offense, but Brees' background was at Purdue running a one-back derivative of the Spread offense for Joe Tiller. Fun Fact: Kevin Sumlin was his WR Coach.
Oh, and Cam Cameron developed him early in his career.
As good as you think he is, professional quarterbacking is a far, far cry from what he's currently doing. He's had dominant run games, dominant o lines, and dominant defenses.
In the NFL, he will routinely face adversity and defenses that are far superior to anything he has faced before in his life.
I don't see him being an elite, Brees/Rodgers/Brady/Peyton. No offense, but that's not to say he might not be a good QB in the NFL.
But elite? Not a shot in my view...