New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees delivered four touchdown passes, piling up 413 yards to beat the previously undefeated Miami Dolphins on Monday night in a 38-17 victory.
Brees connected with star tight end Jimmy Graham for touchdown passes of 27 and 43 yards, also hitting Darren Sproles and Ben Watson.
"I felt like we found our rhythm," Brees told reporters. "Every time we touched the ball, it felt like we were going to go down and score points."
Added Graham: "He plays out of this world. "This team is so dynamic, we have so many weapons and Drew knows exactly where to go with the ball."
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw three interceptions and lost a fumble.
"We're not happy," Tannehill said. "Obviously you don't want to come out and perform like that. But you look at it and there are things you can correct."
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